Iron Dog Studio is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last Updated: April 28, 2020.
|Betsson Casino||Malta, Sweden, U.K.|
|Bethard Casino||Denmark, Ireland, Malta, Sweden|
|SlotsMillion Casino||Curaçao, Malta, U.K.|
|Videoslots Casino||Denmark, Italy, Malta, Sweden, U.K.|
|Das Ist Casino||Malta|
|Frank Casino||Curaçao, Malta, Sweden|
|SlotV Casino||Curaçao, Malta, Sweden|
|Wild Tornado Casino||Curaçao|
|Red Star Casino||Curaçao|
Iron Dog Studio is an online betting software developer that's associates with the 1x2 Network. The company is based out of the United Kingdom, with their offices located in the city of Hove on the southern shore of the country.
Iron Dog develops slot machines, table games, and scratch cards, using HTML5 to deploy their games. This means that the games are less resource heavy and can also be offered on mobile devices in addition to the standard desktop computers. The games themselves are modern, featuring sharp visuals that make everything look stellar.
The features do shift from game to game, which is nice as it keeps things from getting stale. The 3D graphics in the table games are also a nice touch, making it feel like you're getting a premium gambling experience rather than something that's run-of-the-mill. I've found that the scratch cards are more or less garbage, which is what you get from any scratch card online (as they're all garbage).
Iron Dog has cemented themselves as being in for the long haul, as they've inked multiple supply deals with aggregate companies. These include the likes of NYX, Microgaming, and others. These content agreements see the games offered on platforms, which are then offered to casino partners where they can easily adopt them without too much work. For smaller developers, this is the key ay to get your games in front of as many eyeballs as possible.
These content deals have led to Iron Dog games being offered at the likes of videoslots.com, Betsson, BitStarz, SlotsMillion, and more. Without a doubt there's going to be a lot of different sites that'll be offering the games in the future, so it'll be interesting to see what they come up with next to make themselves stand out.