Gamanza Games, the proprietary games development studio from Swiss software development company Gamanza Group AG, has released Air Racer, the first fully approved crash-style game on the Swiss iGaming market.
The casino game has received certification from Gaming Associates Europe, an independent and internationally recognised Accredited Testing Facility and Inspection Body.
Since receiving its licence, Air Racer is available at four online casino platforms that operate within Switzerland.
These include Jackpots.ch, Gamrfirst.ch, Goldengrand.ch and 7melons.ch, with its release anticipated on a fifth site, Pashino.ch.
Developed specifically with the Swiss iGaming market in mind, the only supported currency for Air Racer is the Swiss Franc (CHF), with the minimum bet at CHF 0.1 ($0.1) and the maximum at CHF 200.00.
As a crash-style game, players will have to predict the correct multiplier that the plane reaches before it, as the name suggests, crashes.
Air Racer has a number of features for players to use, such as multiple betting options, auto cash-out and auto-play.
Michael Böni, Chairman of the Board of Gamanza Group AG, said: “With the software platform GaminGenius® and the Player Engagement Platform, we have already been able to successfully establish our two existing products on the market.
“The new development studio is an ideal addition and completes our innovative portfolio.
“We have a full pipeline and plan to release several games by the end of the year.”
This isn’t the only company with a focus on the Swiss iGaming market, as Pragmatic Play signed a partnership with Swiss Casinos a few weeks ago.
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