Relax Gaming Ready to Launch the New Dream Drop Progressive Jackpot

Relax Gaming Ready to Launch the New Dream Drop Progressive Jackpot

Published: April 8, 2022

Relax Gaming has announced the launch of its Dream Drop Jackpot. The new progressive jackpot is powered by the Relax Apex platform and includes five tiers, each guaranteeing a win.

Dream Drop levels up after every second win, increasing the size of the maximum jackpot by $500,000, while the Mega Jackpot can go all the way up to $10,000,000. According to available information, Dream Drop will be up for grabs in multiple markets.

The first game to include Dream Drops is the sequel to the popular Temple Tumble slot. Titled Temple Tumble, the new online slot will go live on May 4, while Relax is planning a massive promotional campaign to build the hype and draw the players’ attention.

However, Dream Drop won’t be limited to just this title, and Dream Drop Jackpots will be added to a number of the developer’s hits by the end of the following year.

With more than 3,000 online casino games available through the company’s in-house developed Silver Bullet content aggregation platform, the company offers a diverse slots portfolio. Despite these numbers, Relax Gaming didn’t incorporate any progressive prize into the lineup.

Speaking about the upcoming Dream Drop release, Simon Hammon, CPO at Relax Gaming, said:

This is without a doubt one of the biggest product launches that Relax Gaming has ever announced. We’re incredibly proud to enter the jackpot space with a highly unique product, underpinned by our strong technology and commitment to drive differentiation.

About Relax Gaming

Relax Gaming is one of the leading gaming providers and aggregators, offering online slots, poker and bingo to players worldwide.

Established in 2010, the developer has delivered B2B content to a growing number of Canadian online casinos.

The company is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, Romanian Gambling National Gambling Authority, and the Malta Gaming Authority, and it’s supported in Sweden, Denmark, Latvia, and Estonia.