B2B iGaming startup BeyondPlay has rolled out its jackpot solution for the first time, in partnership with online operator Casumo.
The company’s content-agnostic Jackpot Management Software adds an exclusive, four-tiered progressive jackpot on top of selected casino games.
It is BeyondPlay’s first product to go live, as its multiplayer iGaming product remains under development.
BeyondPlay will continue to roll out its jackpot solution to operators under a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, offering branded and custom jackpots to players.
When the product was first announced, BeyondPlay said it had already secured operator clients including ComeOn Group and Soft2Bet.
The jackpot solution is now live in all of Casumo’s key markets, BeyondPlay said. Casumo is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority, Swedish Gambling Authority, UK Gambling Commission, Gibraltar Regulatory Authority and the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario.
BeyondPlay, meanwhile, was issued a licence by the Malta Gaming Authority in December last year, and another by the UK Gambling Commission in April 2023.
“We are happy to announce the very first launch of our Jackpot product with a leading operator in Casumo,” said BeyondPlay COO Jacqui Gatt.
“Our team has worked tirelessly to not only bring an awesome product to the market, but also to ensure that the BeyondPlay jackpot software will bring added value to the business and players alike.
“This partnership marks the beginning of a promising journey, and we look forward to delivering more exciting projects in the future. In the meantime, we thank Casumo for their unwavering support and belief in us from the beginning.”
Mark Busuttil, chief product officer at Casumo, added: “We’re delighted to join forces with BeyondPlay and launch our new-look Casumo Jackpots. BeyondPlay has been a joy to collaborate with.
“The integration was seamless, and we’re excited for what lies ahead, focusing on innovation and giving our players the best possible jackpots product.”
In April, BeyondPlay secured an additional €5m funding round from a range of industry investors, led by US-based VC fund Bettor Capital.
The startup intends to use the funds to support its ongoing product development programme, with a focus on delivering the final phase of its multiplayer software.