iGaming content provider Pragmatic Play announced it has more than doubled the annual prize pool of its popular Drops & Wins to €30,000,000 ($32,7 million).
According to the company, Drops & Wins “rewards players with cash prizes, multipliers, and free round bonuses across their favorite games” and has been a “runaway success” since its launch in 2020.
“Now in its fourth year running, Drops & Wins is offering a massively increased annual prize pool of €30,000,000, making it the largest provider-funded prize pool in the industry,” the firm stated.
Furthermore, the provider announced that players can earn €2,000,000 every month across a leading selection of the provider’s slots, “while a monthly prize pool of €500,000 is available across its popular Live Casino games.”
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Players will not only have the chance to win randomly awarded Daily Prize Drops, but they will also be able to compete for prize-paying leaderboard positions in Daily and Weekly Tournaments.
Drops & Wins 2023/24, which runs from April 2023 to March 2024, also features updated Tournament mechanics and formats, including the all-new Daily Game Show Tournaments in Live Casino.
Irina Cornides, Chief Operating Officer at Pragmatic Play, said: “Drops & Wins offers additional rewards to players on top of those they would normally find in their favorite Pragmatic Play titles.”
“The new annual prize pool of €30,000,000, which is fully funded by Pragmatic Play, is the largest of its kind. And with no extra cost or additional integration required to take part, we couldn’t have made it easier for our partners to boost player acquisition, engagement, and retention through Drops & Wins,” she concluded.
The new partnership will see the integration of its Slots, Live Casino, and Virtual Sports onto Win Prêmios’ platform “heralding a significant uplift in the games it can offer its players,” the company wrote.