RISQ launches £25 million jackpot RNG booster

Tom Mitchell – RISQ

Industry insurance specialist RISQ has launched its new ‘gaming first’ random number generator platform boosting client jackpots by up to £25 million.

The industry-specific generator can be attached to a number of client games including slots, tables games, lottery, keno, bingo, and instant win. Furthermore, RISQ states that clients will be able to tailor the generator to individual needs for game development, operations and marketing.

The product offers adjustable odds, flexible jackpot totals, and variable pay tables, allowing operators to build their own unique jackpot games. The generator requires no reliance on cross-network liquidity, with the innovative technology designed to provide an effective and risk-free customer acquisition and retention tool for betting and gaming brands.

Tom Mitchell, RISQ’s B2B Director, believes that his firm’s new product is a game-changer for the industry and will help its client partners to optimise margins and revenues performance.

“In a market where demand for huge, scalable jackpots is increasing, our Jackpot RNG delivers a knockout combination of cutting-edge technology, tailored development, and sophisticated risk management.

“No matter what game is chosen to utilise its framework, jackpots have a proven and unique ability to deliver new customers, build loyalty, enhance retention, and facilitate expansion into new markets.”

Launching its jackpot booster, RISQ will cater for clients jackpots up to £25 million, with the company aiming to quadruple the insurance limit to £100 million.

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