FunFair add new third-party content with Big Wave Gaming’s Cho Han dice game

Cho Han will be of particular interest to FunFair players in Japan, where the dice game has been a classic for centuries.

The gameplay is refreshingly simple, with players betting on whether the sum of two six-sided dice will be odd (cho) or even (han). Players can hit bigger wins staking on a double or a Lucky 8.

The game’s front-end and mechanics have been developed by Big Wave, with the FunFair team adapting the back-end smart contracts to guarantee fairness.

Cho Han is available to play at FunFair-powered casinos CasinoFair and Crypto Casino.

“Big Wave are delivering first-class content which we’re confident will be a big hit with our growing Japanese audience and crypto-gamers alike,” said Fred Kessler, CPO at FunFair Technologies Europe Ltd.

“Cho Han has the winning combination of simplicity and lucrative wins, and coupled with a premium aesthetic and Guaranteed Fair back-end, we’re delighted to integrate it into our burgeoning games portfolio,” he added.

Ivan Rungkat, managing director at Big Wave Gaming, said: “Partnering with FunFair over the past year has put our games in-front of a brand new audience which we may not otherwise have reached and we fully expect Cho Han to complement our growing blockchain offering.

“With an already strong foundation in Japanese culture, we believe Cho Han’s simplicity and instant nature will be a perfect fit for many demographics across the FunFair casino network.”

FunFair has been scaling up its third-party content as it looks to increase its games offering. Earlier this year, it launched its first licensed slot, Alice Cooper’s School’s Out For Summer, with Spike Games.

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Written by Roman


Roman is a big crypto enthusiast and a bigger sports fan, so crypto sports betting comes as a major interest for him. Has been involved with the gambling industry since 2017 and sees crypto as a major breakthrough for the payments side, specially beyond first world countries.