One of the fresh new faces in the gaming industry, Betixon has a founding date from the late part of 2016. Industry veterans are behind this effort to break into the online gaming industry, and the company has been created in Seychelles for this purpose. They’ve already managed to become part of several gaming websites with the 20+ slot machines they’ve released so far. One of the things that sets them apart in this market is the smaller cost of their platform, which has proven to be a decent budget solution for casinos which are just starting out.
As was mentioned above, they might be young, but they already have a software platform of their own. They include in it features such as slot tournaments, player management software, a VIP scheme, admin reports and an affiliate system which tracks data in real time. They basically offer new operators a complete website with this platform, ready to go with minimum expenses. The content that is offered comes both from them and from the partners that they’re signing on.
The turnkey solution that they offer allows operators to have a casino ready in a couple of days, the site being mobile friendly.
They are mobile first, one of an increasing number of developers to have this mentality, using for the purpose the HTML5 technology which is taking over the industry.
History of Betixon
Betixon’s start in the gambling industry is a fresh one, as they began work on their products in 2016. They’ve been established in Seychelles, and in just two years they’ve managed to launch more than 20 slot machines, as well as a table game and their own software platform. They already have a couple of sites which they are available on.
In July 2017, Betixon attended one of their first tradeshows, at iGaming Super Show, where they had their own booth.
About 20+ games are currently on offer at Betixon, among which you will currently find a Multiplayer Baccarat, while the rest are all video slots. I’ve enjoyed my time testing out their content, but they do offer several common stories as well. That would be the case with a title like Safari Dreams, Golden Mayan or Lucky 3. Luckily, they also deliver more interesting titles, like Hollywood Pets, Dragon Hunters, Queen of Dead or Pirates of Graveland.
I’ve found the graphics in their games to be highly enjoyable, particularly when they don’t use too many Royals. Dragon Hunters had some awesome high paying symbols, as did Cirque De Fous or Wild Fudge. Even titles which are a little on the simple side, like Pirates of Graveland, appear to be designed that way on purpose.
While the graphics are attractive, the game’s features proved to be a disappointment. Every game that I’ve tried out had the same couple of options, meaning that it would deliver wilds, scatters and free spins. The variety wasn’t there. Perhaps it’s how they managed to launch 21 slot machines in two years, as a new developer, but if that’s the case I’d recommend them to slow down and take their time designing slots, rather than re-using the same ones over and over.
They do offer some variety payout wise, where some games will pay at 500x, while others have as much as 2,000x to give for a single win.
The best Betixon slots to try out appear to be the ones with better themes and graphics, since the features are pretty much the same. Having a good payout helps, and this is where Pirates of Graveland stands out a bit (2,000x while using 243 ways). Wild Fudge also looks pretty good payout wise, while quite a few others offer only 500x.
Highest RTP Games
I haven’t found any information on the Return to Player offered in the games available from Betixon.