(PRESS RELEASE) -- HungryBear Gaming, the U.K. and Canada based game design and development studio, has developed an exclusive branded version of its innovative free-to-play Slots Masters multiplayer product with Novibet
in the Greek market.
The HungryBear team worked closely with the operator to design and create a bespoke version of the world-famous Slot Masters experience. Since its launch in late July, the game has quickly soared to become HungryBear’s most successful release to date, attracting a staggering 38,000 players on its first day alone.
As part of this new partnership, HungryBear will launch the bespoke version of Slot Masters across multiple markets alongside Novibet, with its player base in Brazil set to become the latest audience to benefit from the unique gaming experience.
Slot Masters is an industry first, three-way head-to-head slot game, where players let battle commence by affecting the outcome of their opponents score by strategically deploying a selection of attack and defensive weapons.
The competitive tournament style is proving to be an effective acquisition tool for operators worldwide, thanks to its unique and intuitive gameplay.
Heather Faulkner, CCO of HungryBear, said: “We are thrilled to have teamed up with Novibet to introduce our exclusive branded version of Slot Masters to the Greek market.
“Novibet's dedication to delivering the best gaming experience aligns perfectly with our own vision, and we are confident that our game will resonate well with players in Greece.”
Fotini Matthaiou, Casino Product & CRM Director at Novibet, added: “We couldn't be happier to bring the competitive world of Slot Masters to our valued players in Greece through this exciting collaboration with HungryBear.
“The addition of this unique and exclusive multiplayer game will further diversify our gaming portfolio and demonstrate our commitment to delivering top-tier entertainment options to our customers. The initial launch period has generated great engagement levels, and we’re hopeful this will continue over the coming months.”