OpenGaming Presence to Gain Further Expansion Thanks to 4ThePlayer

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Scientific Games are working on updating their content through a completely new service. This primarily focuses on providing said content through a reliable channel named the OpenGaming network. In order to continue providing this library of games, SG have focused on giving it an expansion by adding the latest connection, 4ThePlayer. This company is the creator of exclusive mobile-optimal gambling games designed for casinos that focus on maintaining creativity and potential with this type of service.

The first game to grace the OpenGaming network is the release of one of the top new games by 4ThePlayer. 1 Left Alive is a horror-styled slot game that showcases exactly what 4ThePlayer is all about – creating games that explore themes and narratives that are hardly used in most other works by software providers. It also has plenty of new gameplay mechanics that are exclusive to 4ThePlayer and their way of doing things. These are features such as maximizing Wilds, bonus stacks and more.

The most defining feature from 4ThePlayer is the use of Big Reel Portrait Mode. This increases the reel size exponentially, allowing the phone to use up 70% of the screen with its gaming. This gives the player a truly visual and immersive experience.

The SVP Casino for Scientific Game, Dylan Slaney, discussed the major improvements to OpenGaming thanks to the involvement of 4ThePlayer.

He said: “Leveraging their combined 50 years of industry experience, their games are based on a deep understanding of the market. When you combine that with the increased reach and stability of our platform, it’s a win-win”.

Andrew Porter, the CEO of 4ThePlayer, is equally excited to the possibilities of this new partnership. Providing unique opportunities to create more unique designs to their concepts and making a platform to suitably test these ideas on. Both parties will be excited for what comes in the future for OpenGaming.

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