APIgrator says ‘crash’ games are taking off


In order to remain competitive, operators are always searching for the right content. Slotegrator monitors player preferences in different markets around the world, on a monthly basis. And recent analysis found that younger players now seem particularly drawn to the so-called ‘crash’ games.

Simplification is a growing trend, and in terms of simplicity, nothing beats ‘crash’ games, stripping the gaming experience to its essential elements: choose your stake, make your call and see if you win or lose. There are no skills or strategies to study, the outcome of the game is entirely determined by luck.

This may seem surprising in an industry as obsessed with innovation as iGaming, but there is something about the simple thrill of holding your thumb over the button, knowing that at any moment the game could unexpectedly end. This is gaming at its most open and transparent, and clearly many players love it.

APIgrator, sister business to Slotegrator, provides access to ‘crash’ games from a range of providers. Spribe is very popular in the Middle East and North Asia, as well as Rocket Dice and Space XY, from BGaming. Crash games from BGaming are also preferred by users in Australia and Oceania. Zeppelin, by Betsolutions, is popular in North Africa. Rocketman from Elbet is distributed in many regions.

Integrating games with APIgrator saves operators time, money, and effort that are better directed towards business development. With APIgrator, operators don’t have to carry out lengthy negotiations and sign contracts with a series of individual game providers.

Slotegrator monitors market trends in order to continually update and expand the portfolio of games available through APIgrator by entering into partnership agreements with providers around the world. That’s why the quality and variety of games in the APIgrator portfolio constantly grows.