Casino Software

When we talk about casino software here at Casino Listings we're generally referring to a couple of things. The first is the manufacturer or developer of the specific games that are used by a casino, and the second is the actual software system which you install or run through your web browser that presents the games to you, allows you to deposit and withdraw, interact with customer service, and claim promotional offers. Following is a list of casino software providers, links to our evaluation of the software, and more information.

List of casino softwares

1x2 Gaming171x2 Gaming website
2 By 2 Gaming202 By 2 website
Ace Gaming Network0Ace Gaming website
Actual Gaming1Actual Gaming website
Ainsworth Game Technology11Ainsworth website
Amatic Industries26Amatic website
Amaya Gaming24Amaya website
Amigotechs0Amigotechs website
Amuzi Gaming0Amuzi website
Aristocrat14Aristocrat website
Arrow's Edge6Arrow's Edge website
Ash Gaming15Ash Gaming website
Asia Gaming1Asia Gaming website
Authentic Gaming7Authentic website
B3W0B3W website
Bally Technologies28Bally website
Bally Wulff6Bally Wulff website
Barcrest32Barcrest website
Bee-Fee4Bee-Fee website
Belatra6Belatra website
BetConstruct3BetConstruct website
Betsoft76Betsoft website
BGaming13BGaming website
BGO Studios1BGO website
Big Time Gaming52BTG website
Bluberi Gaming Technologies7Bluberi website
Blueprint Gaming37Blueprint website
Booming Games25Booming Games website
Booongo11Booongo website
Casino Technology7Casino Technology website
Cayetano Gaming5Cayetano website
Chance Interactive4Chance Interactive website
Chartwell Technology1
Connective Games1Connective website
Core Gaming8Core Gaming website
Cozy Games1Cozy Games website
CQ9 Gaming0CQ9 website
Cryptologic11Cryptologic website
Digital Gaming Solutions2DGS website
Electracade3Electracade website
Elk Studios58Elk website
Endemol Games2Endemol website
Endorphina25Endorphina website
Euro Games Technology16EGT website
Ever88 Entertainment0Ever88 website
Evolution Gaming95Evolution website
Evoplay Entertainment6Evoplay website
Extreme Live Gaming3ELG website
Eyecon6Eyecon website
Ezugi15Ezugi website
Felix Gaming7Felix website
Felt Gaming9Felt website
Foxium9Foxium website
FUGA Gaming10FUGA website
Galewind Software0Galewind website
GameArt22GameArt website
Games Warehouse10Games Warehouse website
Gamescale1Gamescale website
GamesOS0GamesOS website
Gamesys3Gamesys website
Gamomat18Gamomat website
GECO Gaming5GECO website
Genesis Gaming39Genesis website
Genii10Genii website
Global Gaming Labs0GGL website
GloboTech0GloboTech website
Gold Deluxe0Gold Deluxe website
GTECH Interactive1GTECH website
Habanero Systems23Habanero website
High 5 Games6High5 website
HoGaming0HoGaming website
iGaming2Go1iGaming2Go website
Igrosoft4Igrosoft website
IGT47IGT website
Inspired Gaming19Inspired website
Intervision Gaming0Intervision website
Iron Dog Studio15Iron Dog website
iSoftBet41iSoftBet website
Kalamba Games5Kalamba website
Kaya Gaming0Kaya website
Kismet Studios0
Konami1Konami website
Kslots0Kslots website
Leander Games29Leander website
Leapfrog Gaming0Leapfrog website
Lightning Box Games24Lightning Box website
LuckyStreak1LuckyStreak website
Magic Dreams4Magic Dreams website
MahiGaming29MahiGaming website
Mazooma2Mazooma website
Medialive1Medialive website
Merkur Gaming13Merkur website
MGA3MGA website
Microgaming147Microgaming website
Mr Slotty8Mr Slotty website
MultiSlot4MultiSlot website
Nektan2Nektan website
NeoGames5NeoGames website
Net Entertainment122Net Ent website
NextGen Gaming58NextGen website
Noble Gaming2Noble website
Nolimit City31Nolimit City website
Novomatic21Novomatic website
Nyx Interactive23Nyx website
OMI Gaming3OMI website
OpenBet8OpenBet website
Oryx Gaming10Oryx website
Pariplay15Pariplay website
Parlay Entertainment14Parlay website
PartyGaming2PartyGaming website
Platipus3Platipus website
Play'n Go83Play'n Go website
PlayPearls1PlayPearls website
Playson23Playson website
Playtech35Playtech website
Portomaso Gaming0Portomaso website
Pragmatic Play54Pragmatic Play website
Push Gaming32Push Gaming website
Quickspin71Quickspin website
Rabcat38Rabcat website
Random Logic5Random Logic website
Realistic Games18Realistic website
Realtime Gaming63RTG website
Red Rake Gaming11Red Rake website
Red Tiger Gaming50Red Tiger website
Relax Gaming17Relax Gaming website
Rival Gaming45Rival website
Saucify14Saucify website
Sheriff Gaming0Sheriff website
SkillOnNet2SkillOnNet website
Slingo Originals6Slingo website
Soft Magic Dice0SMD website
Spigo3Spigo website
Spinomenal21Spinomenal website
Stakelogic11Stakelogic website
Sunfox Games6Sunfox website
The Art of Games1Art of Games website
Thunderkick57Thunderkick website
Tom Horn Gaming10Tom Horn website
Total E Soft0Total E Soft website
Viaden0Viaden website
Virtue Fusion4Virtue Fusion website
Visionary iGaming22ViG website
Vista Gaming2Vista website
Vivo Gaming11Vivo website
Vuetec0Vuetec website
Wazdan14Wazdan website
WGS Technology6
WMS Gaming47WMS website
World Gaming3
World Match2World Match website
XIN Gaming0XIN website
Xplosive Slots0
XPro Gaming3XPG website
Yggdrasil Gaming56Yggdrasil website
Zeus Play1Zeus Play website

What makes casino software important?

Casinos that use the same software usually have the exact same collection of games for you to play, and often contribute to the same progressive jackpot pools. At a very high level, the software a casino uses can be used as one important factor in determining an initial impression of the quality of the casino. Software offerings range from expensive and difficult to acquire (eg. Microgaming and Playtech) to cheap and easy to obtain (eg. Rival, TopGame). Some providers such as RTG have gained an unfortunate reputation for being associated with rogue casinos. We know for example, that a casino offering a dedicated Microgaming download client has some serious financial backing, while a Rival casino run as a white label could just as well be a one man affiliate operation run out of a basement on a shoestring budget.

However despite the game selection being identical, it would be a mistake to assume that your experience at one casino would be the same as another based simply upon the software that they use. Casinos that use the same software and games can diverge wildly when it comes to the quality of service, license that they operate under, payment processing speed, deposit methods available, and promotional offerings. This is why we recommend you consult the specific review of a casino that you are considering playing at before going ahead and depositing your money, regardless of which software they use.

As you can see from the table above there are a large number of companies producing online casino software and games these days. In recent years many online casinos, particularly the larger operators, have moved away from a single software offering towards presenting a site that provides players with games from multiple different developers. This allows the casino to pick and choose which games they provide to their customers and allows them to put together a casino that gives players the choice of the best games from across the industry. In this sense, you could say that the importance of the software that a casino uses is diminishing as the collection of games supported by many operators converges. Once again, the service levels, payment speed, and promotional offerings are what will continue to set the good casinos apart from the mediocre ones.