Push Gaming’s Jammin’ Jars 2 breaks company records

Push Gaming is celebrating the “ongoing success” of its recent release, Jammin’ Jars 2, which is “continuing to break company records”.

B2B gaming supplier Push Gaming is celebrating the “ongoing success” of its recent release, Jammin’ Jars 2, which is reportedly “continuing to break company records” three months since its launch.

Released in June, the sequel to the original Jammin’ Jars title has been lauded as one of the studio’s ‘strongest games to date’, being responsible for an increase in turnover of around 150 per cent in the UK alone, compared to the previous month.

Described by BigWinBoard as “the perfect follow up to one of the most popular grid slots of all time”, similar numbers have been seen across a range of markets with total unique players and gross gaming revenue also witnessing high levels of success.

Furthermore, according to Casinolytics – a site for in-depth data analysis on Twitch game performance – the release of Jammin’ Jars 2 resulted in one of the ‘best game launches ever measured in streamer airtime’ on Twitch since its AI started tracking the live-streaming landscape in 2019. With almost 10,000 minutes of streamer airtime during its first five days, a spokesperson said it was “an outstanding accomplishment.”

Commenting on the title’s success, James Marshall, CEO at Push Gaming, said: “While we always had high hopes for Jammin’ Jars 2, we’ve been blown away by the level of adulation it has received since launching. One of our best performing games, it is maintaining its engagement month after month and shows no sign of slowing down.

“The success is testament to the hard work the entire team put into its development, and we couldn’t be more proud.”

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Continuing to build on the growth momentum gained from 2020’s acquisition of an MGA and UKGC-licensed platform, Push Gaming is also furthering its expansion ambitions across Europe with several new market entries prepared for the coming months.