Funfair Games Launches AstroBoomers: To the Moon in partnership with Betsson Group. It is set to bring simple, active, and social gameplay (Image Source: funfair.io) FunFair Games, a British iGaming innovator has unveiled AstroBoomers: To the Moon, its pioneer real-money multiplayer game which can be accessed exclusively network-wide from May 11 via Spearhead Studios platform. The game was officially launched on the 26th of April with key brands of (STO: BETS-B) Betsson Group AB, a Swedish online gaming firm through an exclusive deal. Astro-Boomers: To the Moon is poised to offer players a community-based experience as it is the first-of-its-kind debut that invites communities of players who love adventure to run away to the moon via a rocket in a bid to escape the earth where human existence is threatened by a storm of intergalactic meteors. If the players manage to leap to safety at the right time, they could win up to 2,500x their original stake while prize wins are set at 250,000. Players will also see their nerves tested as they join their fellow astronauts in a challenge to see who can stay the longest onboard for an opportunity to win maximum rewards either by selecting the auto-eject options or staking up to 3 bets per round. Statement from the Chief Operating Officer of Funfair Games Lloyd Purser, Funfair Games\u2019 Chief Operating Officer stated through an official company release that looking forward to the company\u2019s first title becoming the unrivalled king of crash games. According to Purser, the compelling yet simple gameplay provides the kind of community-based and active experience which the new generation of players demands and also adds a fresh spin to the contents that are largely available in the solitary slots sector today. The COO further explained that although slots will always have their special place, real-money gaming has moved to multiplayer in a move dubbed too early than many anticipated. He also mentioned that there is currently a huge demand for differentiated and innovative content that Gen Y audiences find pleasing. Purser went on to say that slot growth has arisen through the new generation of players who are connected constantly, enjoy simple social contents that they can share, and are believed to be able to take the new gambling form into the global scene. In his final notes, Purser noted that it is amazing to see the new title launch exclusively with Betsson Group which is a renowned gaming operator and that FunFair Games is certain that the development will make the game popular via Betsson\u2019s exclusive player base. Lastly, Purser disclosed that Betsson Group\u2019s player base is already eagerly awaiting the network launch of the new title which is currently in progress. iGaming Witnesses a New Dawn FunFair Games formed this new groundbreaking release from FunFair Technology, its blockchain group, and is said to demonstrate the multiplayer experiences driven by the community which the firm is introducing and pioneering to the casino sector. The new release is also set to bring simple, active, and social gameplay with it to the real-money iGaming domain. While speaking on the new release, Paul Malt, Betsson Group\u2019s Head of Games and Games studio stated that: The company is excited about the opportunity to introduce the new release to its customers and that they are also sure that their player base will receive the game with an open arm. He also praised FunFair Games as a top innovative content developer that is leading the launch of real-money multiplayer games with Astromboomers: To the Moon in the gaming sector. Malt concluded by saying that his company anticipates working with its new partners and is confident that the fusion will lead to a commercial relationship or the robust mutual benefit of both companies. Soon to Come Players are also looking forward to the release of Wheel of Steal, the second multiplier title targeted at Generation Z and Millennial players. The game is set to be released by June and will be followed closely by the launch of a game that has not yet been named in August.