As with many companies that have a considerable amount of experience in the casino world, Games Warehouse starting out focusing on land-based casinos, and have followed the rising popularity of iGaming into the virtual world.
A name that holds a fair amount of weight with those in the know in the industry, Games Warehouse has been around since 2002, being formed in London, England, and they have developed a popular suite of games for brick and mortar casinos, but their online presence still feels very secondary.
This isn’t beginning to change, however, and it is apparent that the excellent reputation the company has is aiding them in cracking the online casino world.
There may only be a small number of GW Games which have made the transition into the online casino world so far, but due to their history and proven trustworthiness, these games can be played at some of iGaming’s biggest brands, including bet365, Ladbrokes, and Paddy Power, as well as having integrated partnerships with the likes of Microgaming’s Quickfire platform, as well as Leander Games and OpenBet.
This puts GW Games into a strong position when it comes to increasing their reputation in the online market, and the popularity of the games that have made it doesn’t hurt either!
Some of the games that have been converted into an iGaming market by GW Games have already found great success with players, the likes of Birdz, a colourful and innovative slot, and gangster themed Lucky’s Empire, show what GW Games is capable of, and Gold Strike, Monster Spins, and Jackpots of Goo show off the variety and style they are capable of.
With more slots expected to be added to the GW Games online portfolio, the company looks set to go from strength to strength from here.