Pariplay is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last updated: March 24, 2019.
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Pariplay is an online betting software designer that is based out of the Isle of Man and has developed a large series of games that are then distributed to gaming operators or to platform aggregators, which then send the games to casinos.
Pariplay does develop casino games of all sorts, but the company's specialty appears to be slot machines, as there's dozens of games that are of the 5-reel video slot style. Game themes are varied and the quality of the games also varies, with older games looking quite dated and simplistic when you compare them to newer games like "The Three Stooges: Disorder in the Court", "Atari Asteroids", and other newer branded games that have been added to the roster in recent years.
In addition to slots, Pariplay does have a limited selection of table games, lottery style games, and parlour games. These games are limited in selection, but do play nicely and look nice enough. Still, the deep selection of table games missing is a big disappointment, and I really wanted to see more here.
In order to get their games out to as many casinos as possible, Pariplay is partnering with other content providers like Scientific Games, Playson, Net Ent, Microgaming, which then put the games on the casinos they have content deals with.
In terms of regulation and fair play, Pariplay has gaming licenses through the Isle of Man, United Kingdom, and Gibraltar, which allows the group to offer their games on a global platform with Europe and the UK being the chief markets. This is solid, as it means there are regulatory bodies to fall back on and help keep the company in line. Additionally, Gaming Labs and iTech Labs also audits the games to ensure that they are fair for players.
The future of Pariplay's games look bright, as the company is putting out more and more licensed games that look sharp and play well, and we can't wait to see what they do going forward.