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The jackpots will be progressive in nature, meaning that they'll grow with every spin of the reels and culminate in the bulk of the jackpot being paid out when the winning combination is hit. The 32 jackpots will take up the majority of the 44 games that the company has released. The jackpots will be available on both desktop and mobile devices and will be picked up by the developer's casino partners who already offer the standard versions of the games.
Speaking about the launches GameArt CEO Maja Lozej said, "Progressive Jackpots continue to prove extremely popular with both players and our operator brands. Our clients can select between a local or global progressive jackpot via the existing gaming list back office, thus enabling the clients marketing teams to decide on the optimal game's content in which to engage their players."