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Mario joins list of key traffic drivers for 1xGames collection

Pachinko, Penalties and Russian Roulette have been joined by a unique version of Mario as key traffic drivers on 1xGames, the online games collection hosted by 1xBet.

Added to 1xGames in late October, Mario is a new variation of the classic Super Mario – a platform video game that first became popular in the 1980’s, and Pachinko is promoted as an “amazing mix of slot machine and cosmic pinball”.

Penalties was described by 1xBet as “football, but not in the classic sense”, in which players are asked to predict the direction of the striker’s shots, while Russian roulette has been set up for “thrill seekers” who select a cartridge, spin the cylinder and pull the trigger.

Over two years, 1xGames has grown to include more than 80 games of different kinds including card games, slots, survival games, board games and, crucially, those after which players can use an algorithm to test that they are ‘provably fair’ on the part of the operator.

Affiliates or white label exponents of the 1xBet platform can work with the full collection of games, all of which have been fully developed in-house from concept to gameplay. Each game is complete with marketing tools such as free spins, bonuses, cashback opportunities and a ‘wheel of fortune’.

Eugene Kiryukhin, 1xBet’s Director for Development of International Partners, said: “1xGames is one of 1xBet’s key gambling products. We’ve got everyone’s favourite online games here to keep players coming back for more. As well as all the classic games, we’ve got some pretty unusual ones and some with a bit of a twist.”

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