The Swedish online games developer Jadestone Networks has inked a major 3 year agreement with European internet betting giant Bwin, expanding its existing relationship with the addition of 14 new minigames.
Players of Jadestone's skill and multiplayer dice games have already had the chance to take four of the new mini games for a spin, as a limited release was made during the summer, allowing players to play on a new slot while waiting for a skill game to be resolved or a dice tournament to start.
Company spokesmen said this week that the next step in Bwin's roll-out is to extend the reach of the mini games portfolio across selected parts of the website, and to add more games.
"We've built a great partnership with Bwin over the years, so it's a natural step to roll out our new mini games to a broad cross-section of their player base" said Tobias Nissen, GM of Jadestone Networks.
Jadestone's mini games are developed in partnership with Play'n Go and are designed to fit within a 220 x 270 pixel area. The idea is to provide operators with maximum game bang for a minimum space buck. With mini games embedded on game and lobby pages, the risk of player boredom is reduced while the chance for additional revenues is increased.
Source: InfoPowa News