BetConstruct Launches New RNG Games

BetConstruct Launches New RNG Games Crystal Crush, Dice, and Fishing. These games offer amazing features that will keep players entertained. (Image Source:

BetConstruct, global award-winning services, and technology provider for the land-based and online gaming industry, introduces three new additions to its RNG-based prediction games line in its bid to create a broader and stronger library of betting games. The developer seems to be on a roll since it just released nine new live games in May. The new RNG games, Crystal Crush, Dice, and Fishing stand out with their unique rich features like engaging storylines, provably fairness calculator, and multiple odds.

These features help operators draw more audiences through unique and attractive visuals and make the games marketable to players. The games have straightforward rules and smooth and user-friendly UI/UX design, which makes them target audiences that enjoy fast payouts and quick gameplay. Here is a deeper look at what each game offers.

Fishing RNG Game

In Fishing, the fisherman will throw a bait to catch fish with diverse odds that increase the player’s original bet. Players are then offered chances to test their luck but can cashout anytime they wish during the round to save their winnings. To play this game, players will have to place a bet for a single round that consists of 10 catches. The great part is that players can join fishing at any point in the round. Playing the role of a fisherman, the players will have to catch a massive fish with huge odds, which can be fun.

If you catch a few fish in a row, the odds get multiplied. For instance, if you catch x3 and x3 odds and cash out instantly, it provides you with a x6 increase of your initial stake.  The goal of the game is to get past the entire round and cashout without encountering the shark. This shark brings the game to an end and cancels all the winnings and odds. Some of the key features of this game include demo mode, background music switcher, game history, etc.

Crystal Crush

Crystal Crush is an RNG fusion game that includes predictions, slot elements, and multiplier gameplay, all designed by BetConstruct to improve player activity on operators’ websites. A player who guesses the multi-colored crystals will lead to a win or open the bonus rounds where players have higher winning chances. The scene wheel where everything takes place is split into 64 sectors, with each one containing a crystal of varying colors and fixed odds.

The game begins with players betting on the likely outcome and then hitting the spin button. At this point, the wheel spins, and if it lands on a golden gem, it activates a bonus round. In this round, players can collect multiplier odds and free spins, which can offer more excitement for players. Like fishing, this RNG game comes with numerous features, including unlimited multipliers, demo mode, game history, etc.


Dice, on the other hand, attracts players who are lovers of quick series of number predictions with several modes also available across the game, such as lower or predictions, prediction rates, and much more. Players who wish to play this game must select from the probable outcomes of the game. Then, they will select the bet amount from the options offered by the organizer. Once betting is over, a number ranging from 1-100 opens up.

The odds are created using one of the three likely outcomes players selected at the start and shown to them. As the chances of winning decrease and increase, the odds also change. The numbers open using an RNG system that ensures games are fair and straightforward for players. Players can also expect numerous features like demo mode, web, and mobile versions, etc.

These three luxurious games join BetConstruct’s gaming collection to acquire and thrill players and support operator’s needs better. The results of the game are fully licensed by the RNG system, which players see as a significant factor that certifies fair gameplay.

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