Starburst is finally off the top of the charts and not felled by a Bonanza either. Book Of Dead by Play’n Go takes the top spot, yet, when looking at game performance in a bit more detail, we expect Starburst to return very soon and for a number of reasons. If we consider all subpages, not just the main homepages of casinos, Starburst would still be number one. In addition, it still leads the pack in terms of the number of unique operators as opposed to total game positions across sites.
Top 20 games by distribution
Sister product Legacy Of Dead also performed well though, which would suggest some aggressive marketing by the Play’n Go team.
Pragmatic Play’s Big Bass Splash is popular, netting them once again three Big Bass games in the top 10. Their Gates Of Olympus sits just off the podium but seems to be a consistent performer since launch and we suspect this one hasn’t peaked yet…
As for new releases, there was a handful that performed well outside of the top 20, including the likes of Amazing Link Bounty by SpinPlay Games, Gorilla Mayhem by Pragmatic Play and Starlite Fruits by Neon Valley Studios.
Biggest studio dealmakers
PariPlay remain top aggregator in recent months yet Relax Gaming are in their rear-view mirror, signing up new content partners such as Hölle Games, Apparat Gaming, Mascot Gaming and Peter & Sons in recent months. German studio Apparat continue to extend their distribution reach, this month adding Hub88 and so remain top studio dealmaker over the last six months.
Biggest aggregator dealmakers
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***Data on deals by month was collected from April 2020 onwards and the rolling chart reflects current dealmaking performance, i.e. how many deals were signed over the last 6 months. Note that only deals either a) on company websites or b) in the gaming press or c) reported to us by studios and aggregators, are collated. Deals between studios & aggregators (and aggregators & operators) from all time are available via egamingmonitor.com.