International Game Technology and ReelPlay, in addition to the consistently performing Evolution and Light & Wonder, are the notable takeaways in June’s Eilers-Fantini Online Game Performance Report.
The form sees its Blackjack Poker and Pairs and Blackjack games sandwich L&W’s 88 Fortunes slot in the overall gaming charts for the months, with two of the aforementioned three titles also featuring on the podium on a gross gaming revenue basis.
This sees the Blackjack table game take the gold with 4.9 per cent of total GGR with 88 Fortune’s 2.6 per cent scooping the bronze. Evolution’s Live Dealer Roulette claimed silver with three per cent.
On a slots basis, Bonanza and Extra Chilli by the Evolution owned Big Time Gaming closed in second and third place, behind the aforementioned 88 Fortunes. IGT’s Blackjack Surrender was the biggest mover after surging from 333rd place to 21st.
Top Game Ranks – Slots
Rick Eckert, managing director of slot performance and analytics at Eilers & Krejcik Gaming, noted: “Today we published the Eilers-Fantini Online Game Performance Report – June ’22. This month we introduced the Top Games by GGR. Leading the ranks this month are IGT’s Blackjack, Evolution’s Live Dealer Roulette, Light & Wonder’s 88 Fortunes, Evolution’s Blackjack, and IGT’s Cleopatra.
“These rankings are differentiated from our index ranks by weighting indexing by each online casino estimated GGR vs traditional indexing where all sites are equally weighted.
“Additionally, games from Everi Holdings, AGS – American Gaming Systems, ReelPlay, and High 5 Games were all represented in the top 25.”
Furthermore, the latest iteration also features rankings based on the latest entry into the igaming scene across Connecticut, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and West Virginia.
On an overall basis, the 10,000 Wonders 10k Ways by ReelPlay and L&W’s Hurricane Horse Coin Combo slots finish first and third, and are split by Design Works Gaming’s Break the bounty lucky tap instant win title. DWG’s 10x Fortune closed the latest slots rankings in third.
New top game ranks – slots
When assessing a supplier summary on a GGR basis, it’s Evolution, which accounts for 24.2 per cent of all games tracked, that finished on top with 29.1 per cent. The group, which brands include BTG, NetEnt, Red Tiger, and Ezugi, saw 3,170 games assessed across 28 sites.
Next in line is IGT, with 2,003 games studied over 27 online entities which accounts for 15.3 per cent of the total, after closing with 24 per cent GGR.
L&W’s 19.1 per cent GGR saw the rebranded group round-off the top three after 2,773 games were tracked over 27 igaming brands, which results in the firm occupying 21.2 per cent of all titles.
Supplier summary – gross gaming revenue
Slots cemented its dominant position when looking at the total games tracked after staying consistent at 90.3 per cent month-on-month, up from 90.1 per cent and 88.9 per cent in April and March, respectively.
This, once again, comes out ahead of table games, live casino, virtual sports, lottery and bingo/keno, which all remained consistent MoM at 4.8 per cent, 1.9 per cent, 0.1 per cent, 0.3 per cent, and 0.2 per cent. Video poker dropped one percentage point to 1.6, which was welcomed by instant win which finished at 0.8 per cent (May: 0.7 per cent).
Mobile maintains its frontrunning status with the highest percentage of theo win generated at 62.9 per cent (May: 64.2 per cent), leading the way in slots, table games, live casino, lottery, instant win, and bingo/keno.
Desktop is reported as producing a theo win of 33.8 per cent (May: 32.7 per cent) and forges ahead in the video poker and virtual sports categories. Tablet lags behind with a theo win of 3.3 per cent (May: 3.1 per cent).
The Eilers-Fantini report collects monthly game performance data directly from online operators to track how games perform in the region’s igaming ecosystem, with an ambition of growing the database similarly to that of its land-based game performance index.
This latest analysis examines data from 28 online casino sites, tracking 30,867 games to represent 57 per cent of the market in terms of gross gaming revenue.