Their list of software providers reads like a ‘who’s who’ of suppliers of casino games.
Big fish NetEnt, Microgaming and Play N’Go are present, as are Habanero, Bally, Quickspin and Pragmatic Play. There are also a couple of so-called ‘boutique studios’ there as well, such as Vivo Gambling and Booming Games. If you want to try out some under-the-radar releases, give those a go, as well.
There are over 1500 to choose from here so if you don’t find a few that take your fancy, it’s because you’re a hard casino player to please!
With such a big supply on offer, themes range from vampires and animals, to slots inspired by ancient history and the wild west. Among the better-known ones are Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest, Thunderstruck II, Zeus and Tower Quest.
Have you ever noticed how so many progressive jackpot slots have ‘Mega’ in their name? We just did. Mega Joker and Mega Moolah are just two of the ones on offer but there are plenty more, some of which don’t have ‘Mega’ in their name at all!
Evolution Gaming and Vivo Gaming supply most of their live dealer games. If you’re new to live casino, it means that games like Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat are played out in real-time by a real dealer in a studio, with the action streamed straight to your computer or phone. It’s the closest experience you can get to actually being in a casino, so give it a go.
If the whole ‘live’ thing doesn’t do it for you, go ‘old school’ and play the computer version of Blackjack, Baccarat and Roulette. These games use a random number generator to produce the outcomes, so they’re as fair and trustworthy as if you were sitting at a table at the Bellagio in Vegas.
You can also try your hand (no pun intended) at different types of poker.
There’s video poker where you’re normally dealt five cards, can change them once and are trying to form the highest possible hand, sometimes with the help of Wild Deuces or Jokers.
Then there’s Caribbean Stud, which is a bit more complex, but also worth getting to know.