ESA Gaming expands EasySwipe offering with Rocket Racers game
ESA Gaming has added to its EasySwipe portfolio of online casino content with the launch of its first crash game, Rocket Racers, in Italy.
In the new offering, players can choose their rocket racing ships according to color and specs. The rocket ship soars into the sky and through the galaxy, giving players a chance to win as high as 2,500 times their initial wager.
Players can make their bets at the beginning of every round. Each round is ended when the rocket comes to a crashing point, and these points are made more exciting because players have no clue when the rocket will come crashing down.
The Rocket Racer game allows players about 10 seconds between each round to decide their bets. Players can also choose to sit out games whenever they wish.
The Head of Marketing at ESA Gaming, Thomas Smallwood, assured players of an otherworldly experience filled with captivating challenges and experiences.
“Rocket Racers is an exciting new title we are sure players will enjoy and sees us launch crash-style content for the first time, a vertical that has seen tremendous popularity recently. We are delighted to release this game, as it sets the tone for the next few months where you can expect to see more titles added to the EasySwipeTM portfolio,” he said.
“We are committed to continuing to innovate this space in the Sportsbook, bringing more and more non-traditional content to bettors in the regulated markets we supply.”
ESA Gaming will use Rocker Racers’ crash game mechanic and engaging gameplay to expand its player base beyond Italy and reinforce its position in multiple gaming markets.
The sports betting and casino games provider has established itself over the last 12 months as a reliable gaming supplier with multiple licenses and operating certifications from countries like Colombia, Denmark, Italy, Sweden, Portugal, Malta, and Romania.
The Rocket Racers crash game joins newly released online slots like FruitStaxx, Basketball Mine, Fruitz & Spins, and all-time player favorite Goal Mine among ESA’s ever-growing portfolio.