Roobet and Snoop Dogg present new game

Snoop Dogg has revealed his first casino game designed with Roobet as part of the new partnership.

Weeks after Roobet appointed Snoop Dogg as its chief ganjaroo officer, the company has revealed the first game that has benefited from the rapper’s touch.

As the NFT entrepreneur and rapper put it, he has “Snoopified” the game to give it a real edge.

Roobet teamed up with Snoop Dogg, a known face in NFT and crypto circles, to create novelty gaming experiences.

This partnership is finally bearing fruit with the arrival of Hotbox, a crash-style game that has been designed with input and sound by Snoop Dogg himself.

“We’re here to push the boundaries of what’s possible to provide the best entertainment for the next generation of gamers”, said Roobet co-founder Matt Duea, who has been very excited about the partnership and Snoop Dogg’s involvement in creating the new game.

Roobet, Duea added, was working hard to create brand-new products in a market where fierce competition is the status quo, but still managing to pull ahead and develop a game that is first of its kind.

The founder confirmed that the “chief ganjaroo” was helping “Snoopify” the company’s offer insofar as its games were concerned.

Snoop Dogg has called it just that himself and confirmed that he had enjoyed the whole process of Snoopifying crash and making it “Snoop Dogg way”.

“So let's roll, keep it positive and have some fun”, the rapper added, finishing on a high note.

The partnership between Roobet and Snoop Dogg was organically reached as the rapper had spent some time with the casino without revealing his identity.

He was happy with the service he got, and when he did reveal himself, Roobet didn’t hesitate to pounce at the opportunity and create a title fitting for the artistic talent of Snoop Dogg.

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Written by Barney


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