Genii is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last updated: May 7, 2019.
|Guts Casino||Curaçao, Malta, Sweden, U.K.|
|LeoVegas Casino||Denmark, Malta, Sweden|
|PlayFrank Casino||Curaçao, Malta|
|Videoslots Casino||Denmark, Malta, Sweden, U.K.|
|ShadowBet Casino||Malta, U.K.|
|Vbet Casino||Curaçao, Malta|
|Interwetten Casino||Malta, Sweden|
Genii is an online betting software developer that was founded in the 1990's and has spread to become a worldwide supplier of games. The company currently boasts offices in Vietnam, the United Kingdom, and Malta, holding gaming licenses in the latter two jurisdictions. The company's main focus to date is it's backend system, although the casino has also designed a handful of games.
Genii has about 130 games on their gaming platform, and they run the gamut from older to more modern games that have all the flare you'd expect from big name developers. Speaking of big name developers, in recent months Genii has signed content supply deals with both B3W and EveryMatrix, meaning that their games have gotten some excellent exposure and will come to many new casinos and be played by many new players.
The flagship game of Genii is dubbed Spin16, which supposedly gives players direct influence over the reels, but if this is truly the case, I haven't seen it.
Games aren't only where it's at for Genii, as the company also develops strong backend platforms for casino operators. This backend is where casinos develop loyalty points, bonuses, the cashier system, social media elements, and more. This is of little to no interest to players, and really only pertains to nerds like the CL staff, who delve into all aspects of a casino's operation in order to deliver information to punters.
Genii casino games have traditionally been limited to just a few spots, although with the recent platform deals, you can find Genii's titles anywhere an EveryMatrix or Tain powered casino can be found. Making things even better is the fact that these gaming groups all have strong reputations, meaning that they subject software to stringent third-party testing to ensure fairness for titles.