Five more titles from the BetConstruct gaming suite have received a type 1 licence from the Malta Gaming Authority.
The MGA has approved dice game Farkle, bet-on-numbers Keno, multiplier game Blast, higher or lower card game Big Hi-Lo and number prediction game Striker, with each added under both BetConstruct’s B2C gaming service and B2B Critical Gaming Supply licences.
Released last year were Farkle, a well-known dice game where the aim is to accumulate a sufficient number of points to reach the pre-chosen point limit, alongside lottery-like Keno and Blast – a risk and reward game in which the multiplier can ‘crash’ at any moment.
Two newer components of the gaming suite are Big Hi-Lo – complete with a variety of bet types around card number, suit or colour – and Striker, a game in which bets are made on a specific number between 1 to 99 or on a range between two numbers.
The news comes hot on the heels of the same MGA approval for Talisman, a bet-on numbers game featuring digits from 0 to 99 divided into 25 blocks each assigned with a single animal.
Talisman, said BetConstruct, delivers attractive easy-to-play leisure for the players and quick revenue generator for operators, since the rounds renew once every 30 seconds.