Relax Gaming recently announced a special partnership with LeoVegas where the operator will have exclusive access to Relax’s new in-house engine BLAST!
The BLAST! Innovation is geared at greatly boosting player engagement as players will now be able to bypass animations and standard reel spins all while simultaneously auto-playing multiple games that will stop spinning when a bonus round is triggered.
In an official press release, Relax stated that this new product is designed to create a unique gaming experience that allows players to enhance their playing time.
Making use of BLAST! is simple. Once you have opened any slot, the BLAST! icon will be visible at the top of the screen. Selecting this icon opens a lobby with all the games that support the new feature. If you head to the lobby now, you will find a selection of Relax’s top-performing titles.
Once you have selected your game, you will have to set your bet and the number of auto-spins. A dedicated BLAST! progress bar will display your progress on your chosen games that will run in the background with notifications informing you when bonus rounds are triggered.
Relax Gaming’s CPO Simon Hammon, said that the company strives to deliver the “best and most pioneering ways possible” for their players to consume their content and that working with a “leading operator and a respected name like LeoVegas” has offered them with that opportunity.”
Hammon continued, stating, “BLAST! is a fantastically innovative feature” and that its debut marks an exciting step forward in the iGaming space.”
The Head of Strategy and Business Development at LeoVegas, Sam Leggott added that the operator endeavors to provide the “greatest gaming experience there is” and that it will continue to innovate for this purpose.
Leggott explained that adding the exclusive BLAST! feature to Relax’s most popular online slots will offer LeoVegas’ players “a thrilling new way to enjoy their favourite games.”
Relax Gaming and LeoVegas first worked together in 2018 when the supplier signed a content deal with the operator to provide its online slots and table games. The deal gained further expansion in 2019 when the LeoVegas-owned online casino brand Royal Panda integrated Relax’s content.