Foxium is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last updated: October 30, 2019.
|SlotsMillion Casino||Curaçao, Malta, U.K.|
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Foxium is a Estonian online betting software developer that's been developing games since 2015. The company is one of a growing number of developers based out of the Baltic region. Unlike many others in the area though, Foxium is exclusively based online, rather than porting over land-based games to the new vertical. This gives the developer some advantages, as we get more modern style games than much of the competition.
As of the time of publication of this article, there's only been slot machines released by Foxium. While this could change in the future, we'd expect that this developer will continue to be a specialist in slots. To their credit, the games developed by Foxium seem to be graphically pleasing and the features are also engaging. I'm also a fan that RTP (return to player) numbers are provided, and most games fall in the 96-97% range.
Each of the games are developed with desktop and mobile modes built in, providing a wide range of compatibility for the games that they offer. I'm actually a big fan of just how these games play as well as how they "pop" when you get access to them.
Foxium's been able to expand their reach thanks to a number of content supply deals that they've signed over the years. These deals allow operators to select Foxium's games to offer to their players. These platforms have up to dozens of different developers and provide the best way for them to get their name out there. The biggest partner Foxium has is Microsoft, where they offer their games through the Quickfire platform.
As they continue to progress, we're likely to see a lot more online slots put out by this designer, and the visuals and features will likely continue to get better. We're interested to see just what Foxium is able to put out.