Aruze Gaming, Galaxy Gaming partner for craps integration

March 4, 2022

Galaxy Gaming is set to utilize Aruze’s semi-autonomous Roll To Win Craps product as the company looks to further expand its user base.

Galaxy Gaming, a Nevada-based games developer, and Aruze Gaming have joined forces to put Galaxy’s Bonus Craps game on to the Roll To Win platform. 

Developed by Aruze, the Roll To Win craps works to allow players to use real dice across a 12-foot LED screen. Described as “semi-autonomous” by Aruze, the product aims to bring players in with high-quality graphics and animations. 

Through this agreement, Galaxy’s Bonus Craps game, which consists of three separate independent proposition wagers named All Small, All Tall and Make’em All, will be made available for all Roll To Win Craps users. The offering is currently available in a number of casinos including the Hollywood Hard Rock Casino, the Tampa Hard Rock Casino and the Rivers Casino. 

“Our priority is making sure we continue to thrill players with our content; however they may play,” noted Todd Cravens, President and CEO of Galaxy Gaming. “Partnering with Aruze to add Bonus Craps to the popular Roll To Win Craps product is a perfect example of this.”

Separate from its production of craps products, Galaxy, through its subsidiary Porgressive Games, creates a number of table games used in casinos across the US. 

Speaking on the agreement, Rob Ziems, President of Aruze Gaming, commented: “Today, drawing in new players and keeping them engaged requires a portfolio of games that offer new experiences and the combination of Bonus Craps with Roll To Win Craps does just that.

“We are excited to provide our customers and their players this enticing Craps combination.”


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