Slots Tracker: Podium places all go to Pragmatic Play in mega May for firm

Supplier strengthens its grip on the rankings with dominant display although Fortune Factory Studios’ rise to fifth could represent a new challenge
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May marked a podium clean sweep for Pragmatic Play as the supplier snagged the gold, silver and bronze medals in the EGR Slots Tracker.

Big Bass Bonanza remained at the top of the table as stablemate Gates of Olympus soared from fifth to finish in second place.

Big Bass Splash slipped one place to third as NetEnt’s Starburst was unable to break up the triumvirate, falling from third to fourth.

Pragmatic Play did see some titles slip in May compared to April, as Sweet Bonanza dipped from fourth to sixth place and Sugar Rush fell from sixth to 12th.

Fortune Factory Studios’ Gold Blitz hurtled into the top five after finishing in 11th in April while Fluffy Favourites by Eyecon was another new face in the top 10 after coming in ninth.

The biggest move in May was SpinPlay Games’ 3 Lucky Rainbows, which jumped eight places to land in 17th.

Reel Kingdom’s Big Bass Amazon Xtreme broke into the top 20, moving up four places to 18th.

Spribe’s Aviator was the highest-ranking title from April (13th) to fall out of the top 20 completely in May.

Elsewhere, eGaming Monitor (EGM) data revealed the top-ranking new slots released since 1 March 2024.

Realistic Games’ Fortune Fortress took the top spot in May following its 5 April release.

Big Bass Secrets of the Golden Lake by Pragmatic Play (9 April release) and Links of Ra 2 by Slingshot Studios (also released on 9 April) took the silver and bronze medals, respectively, in the new games rankings.

Nailed It Games’ Riptide Pirates was the title with the latest release date (9 May) to secure a spot in the top 20.

EGM, EGR’s data partner, tracks casino sites to help collate the monthly slots rankings. It analyses game pages of more than 3,600 casino sites globally, with the European rankings being based on the number of game tiles found for each game across operator sites in regulated markets.

EGM limits its tracking to just the main casino homepage of each site, with the tracker taking in slots, instants, scratch cards, slingo and crash games but excluding table games, live games, video poker, video bingo and others.

For the May rankings, EGM tracked 12,877 games from 399 studios in 30 European regulated markets including the UK, Italy, Spain, Germany and the Netherlands.

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