12 Days of Crashout has a €12,000 prize pot to play for and will be the first of many tournament promos made available to operators world-wide
Boom! 1X2 Network has launched its first network-wide tournament promotion which will run on its explosive Crashout – Fireworks game.
The award-winning online gaming content provider and aggregator’s tournament tool will be made available to operators worldwide and will allow them to offer cash prize tournaments on Crashout – Fireworks for the very first time.
The debut network-wide promotion, 12 Days of Crashout, will run from 1 to 12 December and will see players compete to stack up the highest cashed-out Multipliers they can with their top ten Multipliers combined to give a total score.
Those scores will be entered onto a leaderboard where players will compete with others from around the world to claim their share of a €12,000 prize pool.
Crashout – Fireworks is the perfect game to ignite the provider’s tournament tool. As the name suggests, it is a super-hot crash game where players must follow the rocket as it soars through the sky, increasing the Multiplier as it continues on its upwards trajectory.
Of course, the rocket is heading towards an inevitable explosion so players must cashout before it erupts, taking any accumulated Multipliers and player winnings with it.
It is games and features such as this that have allowed 1X2 Network to emerge as a leading provider and aggregator of online casino content, especially via the in-demand games from its 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio subsidiaries.
In recent months, the company has successfully executed a roadmap of rapid product diversification, expanding its suite of games to include a range of Arcade iGaming concepts such as crash games.
Alex Ratcliffe, CPO at 1X2 Network, said: “Tournaments offer players an extra dimension of engagement with our games, making for a more enjoyable and fulfilling experience.
“We’re delighted to be offering network promotions to our clients and can’t wait to send 1X2 Network Tournaments sky high with the launch of 12 Days of Crashout this December.”