Pragmatic play draws a line with the Big Base Crash title
The iGaming industry’s content provider, Practical Play Ltd, announced Wednesday the latest development of its iconic “Big Bass” series with the launch titled “Big Bass Crash.”
The company said it transformed “already popular big base slots” into crash games, giving players betting time and gradually increasing the odds until the growth vector crashes randomly after the betting period expires.
“Big Base Crash provides a familiar and popular theme, while also providing a new twist in players making real-time decisions to line up for big fish hunting,” Pragmatic Play said in a press release Wednesday.
In the new title, players can place a bet before each round begins and end the round by cashing in before the fishing line breaks.
The title boasts 50 percent cash-out capabilities, which “allows players to play for the opportunity to secure half the revenue and the other half to earn higher rewards,” the online gaming service provider said.
The release cited Irina Konides, Chief Operating Officer of Pragmatic Play, saying the new title “took Pragmatic Play’s Big Base franchise to a whole new level – this time the excitement brought by the crash mechanics.”
“The 50% cash-out feature returned with social elements facilitates interaction and allows players to personalize their experiences in a way that suits their betting style,” Mr