STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Jadestone Networks, the Nordic based owner and operator of multiplayer gaming networks GamArena and DiceArena, announced today that it has added the game Maxi Yatzy to its GamArena p2p skill gaming network.
Jadestone launched GamArena in 2006 and since then it has grown to become one of the biggest cash skill gaming networks in the world. Within GamArena there are now 22 unique multiplayer games for players to select from and those games are presented in 25 different languages. The new game Maxi Yatzy, a highly popular take on the traditional Yatzy game, is a classic GamArena offering with various options on offer to cash players including head-to-head games, countdown tournaments and jackpots.
"We know very well that our existing Yatzy game is extremely popular and so we are confident of being successful with the enhanced version Maxi Yatzy," said Tobias Nissen, General Manager of Jadestone Networks. "In adding this game we continue to lead the industry with the number and the uniqueness of our p2p skill game portfolio. It is the biggest and most highly polished game catalogue available and we are very proud of all of our games and of the b2b partners that successfully market them."
GamArena consistently attracts online and active player audiences greater than 3,000 and its recent Halloween progressive jackpot in the game Scarab Solitaire paid out more than €20,000. Some of the iGaming operators that currently distribute the GamArena games include bwin, PAF, Nordicbet and Unibet.