UK-based mobile-first game development studio, 4ThePlayer, has launched its very first game, 100 Bit Dice, a crypto-style game that is sure to add an exciting twist to table gaming.

Established in 2018, the release comes hard on the heels of the announcement by the up-and-coming creator of gambling games regarding its recent deal with Relax Gaming that will see its content made available to operators via the online gaming platform’s Silver Bullet partner program.


The fast-paced innovation with slick gameplay lets you set your stake and bet on the outcome of a dice 0 – 100 by simply using the slider or bet editors, while you anxiously await the roll of the dice. Will you choose Green or Blue? And will the outcome be under or over your choice?

Game data complete with infographics can be accessed for the last 500 rolls in this dice-themed game with an average return to player (RTP) of 98.94 percent. Optimized for mobile, the game that is available exclusively via the Relax Silver Bullet platform, brings all the action to your fingertips in portrait.

Chief Executive Officer of, Andrew Porter, said in a press release

…“The Crypto Gaming space is booming, with over €25M* a week going through these types of games on the Blockchain. Yet no one has built a Crypto Dice game ‘for real money’ on RNG, until now!

100 Bit Dice gives regulated, real money operators a unique opportunity to tap into this lucrative market of Crypto aware players as well as introducing new players to the proven success of gambling this gambling formula.”

Porter spent about a year and a half in Gibraltar as Content Director for Playtech there.

New audience appeal:

Also commenting on the recent content agreement, Chief Product Officer for the Malta-headquartered B2B supplier, Simon Hammon, added…

“100 Bit Dice is a truly unique title that brings an exciting, fun and fast dice gaming experience to the real money vertical.

“With a format that has worked extremely well in the crypto space, our new Silver Bullet partner has not only delivered a game that will attract new audiences to the casino offering and appeal to high value players. We are thrilled to offer our partners this lucrative new concept for the first time.”

Experienced duo:

While the London-headquartered brand may be a relative newcomer, the minds behind it most certainly are not.

Established in July 2018, the firm’s founders, Andrew Porter and Chris Ash, co-founder of Ash Gaming and Business Development Director at, have between them a combined 40 years of gaming industry experience.

Like Porter, Ash also spent time at the Isle of Man gambling software development company, having worked as Head of Open Platform there from 2011 to 2015.

WCD first became aware of the British company when Yggdrasil Gaming announced that in February 2019, it had become the fifth Yggdrasil Game Server (YGS) Masters Studio Partner.

*Source: Value calculated using verified data from – this data is traceable using the blockchain. Data accessed 13/08/2019, compiled by totaling daily wagers and converting into Euro.