These games of chance are exclusively available at Kansino

The legal gaming provider Kansino recently announced that it is the new main sponsor of the soccer club AZ. A striking choice, given that Kansino does not include betting on sporting events in its product range.

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However, the player will encounter a wide range of casino games on Kansino's platform. Most games are available from almost all gaming providers, but there are also some exclusive games to be found. This is almost inevitable, since the current range of games consists of more than 1100 games. By the way, some of them are presented in Yukon Gold casino India.

Exclusive games from Push Gaming

The games from the game provider Push Gaming are, at the time of writing, only offered at Kansino. This is quite remarkable, as the games from the game developer are internationally renowned. The games from Push Gaming score high in terms of volatility and sometimes pay out several thousand times the stake. Some well-known titles from Push Gaming are the Jammin Jars, Fat Rabbit and the Tiki Tumble. The developer's games are especially popular with casino streamers on Twitch and YoutTube.

Slots from Hacksaw Gaming

For a long period of time, Kansino was the only gaming provider to carry the games from Hacksaw Gaming. The games from Hacksaw Gaming are modern and have innovative features. One should think of falling symbols, unique themes and cartoon-like design. The Xpander slot from Hacksaw Gaming is especially popular, because of the high multipliers that can reach up to 128 times. The games from the game provider are also available today at Circus Casino and Bingoal.

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Payout percentages at Kansino

There are several game providers that allow gaming operators to determine the payout percentage themselves. The legal Kansino has chosen to offer the highest possible payout percentage on its games of chance at all times. At least, that is almost always the case. Only the NoLimit City games sometimes have a somewhat lower payout percentage. Always check the percentage first.