Pragmatic Play is one of the most prolific software developers when it comes to releasing new slots, and their latest is a topical, seasonal offering by the name of Santa.
Microgaming have had an emotional rollercoaster of a year, much of which was tied up with the troubles that surrounded their Phantom of the Opera slot, which has since been released to great critical acclaim.
Last week, it was reported that William Hill had expressed interest in purchasing the CrownBet operation from Crown Resorts, and now it is believed that Paddy power Betfair have followed their lead and thrown their hat into the ring too.
When it comes to the competitive world of online casinos, few names carry as much weight as NetEnt. The Swedish software developer has been going from strength to strength over recent years, creating a stream of top-quality games, as well as several technological advancements that have moved the iGaming world forward.
Last year, Yggdrasil’s Christmas Calendar took the online casino world by storm, offering up £200,000 in prizes.
According to new license listings from the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC), bingo operator Cozy Games is now owned by GVC Holdings.
Hugo was one of the unexpected hits of the slot world, the Play’n Go slot based on the popular Danish cartoon about a charming troll.
Following in from the long-awaited Phantom of the Opera slot, Microgaming have announced the launch of two new slots this month, one that takes on one of the online casino world’s most popular themes, and an exclusive release.
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Swedish software giant NetEnt has shown a 14.3% increase year on year in its overall revenues in Q3 of this year, with a total of €120.6 million earned by the company during the quarter.