Saucify is a developer of games for online casinos. This page reviews and lists casinos running its software. Last Updated: February 1, 2024.


Our rating: Poor


Review of Saucify casino software

Saucify Games first came onto the online gambling scene a few years ago under the name BetOnSoft. The company decided to re-brand itself in 2014 as Saucify Games, claiming that they wanted to add some heat to their games. However it is far more likely that they realised that their former name sounded like pseudo-English gobbledygook, and/or they wanted to distinguish themselves from other gaming firms out there with very similar names, such as BetSoft.

Saucify has developed a series of games that runs the gamut from slots to table games, video poker, and other games such as keno and scratch cards. The quality of the games is decidedly average, and they most certainly don't reach the heights of top tier developers such as Net Entertainment or Microgaming.

Slots are the biggest selection of games by Saucify with the group hosting more than fifty games, most of which are of the more modern multi-line video slot variety. Most of the games are quite average, but there are some gems in there with some original ideas and presentation, such as iArcadia, Age of Spartans, and Molten Moolah.

Table games are also available, offering players the chance to play Three Card Poker, Blackjack, and Baccarat. While there aren't many games available, they are all very well presented and are a bunch of fun. The same can be said for the video poker offerings, which work just fine despite a selection that is only beefed up by slight variations.

Warning: progressive jackpot theft

Saucify offers a small number of progressive jackpot games that have prize pools that grow with a small contribution from each wager made on the games. Sadly we are aware of at least one instance where one of these jackpots was pocketed by a casino after they refused payment to a winner. At the time we were contacted for assistance by Gemneye73, a member of our forum who had just won a $43,000+ Dream Wheel progressive jackpot at Grand Eagle Casino in early 2019. We got in contact with a representative of the casino who offered virtually no assistance at all and tried to hand-wave the incident away. We think that the player probably broke one of the casino's rules about claiming free chips before they deposited money and won the jackpot. However not only did the casino fail to prevent the player from claiming two free chips in a row which is against their terms, they allowed the player to deposit after the rule had been broken, which meant the player had zero chance of ever winning anything at the casino with their money.

Then to rub salt into the wound, Grand Eagle decided to keep the confiscated progressive jackpot funds instead of returning them to the shared jackpot pool where other players would have had a chance to win them. Progressive jackpots are funded by player contributions, and they are not assets that the casino can decide to pocket whenever they would like. These actions would constitute a crime in Nevada, Monaco, or any other well regulated casino jurisdiction. Unfortunately Grand Eagle Casino holds a worthless Curacao license, and Saucify is not regulated or held accountable by any reputable jurisdiction either, so we do not expect that these funds will ever be returned. We therefore strongly advise players to avoid all Saucify games no matter which casino they happen to be found at.

Many Saucify operators accept play from American players, which offers a bit of choice in a market that is dominated by RTG casino skins. However you have to be careful when selecting an online casino offering Saucify software. There are several casinos that we consider to be rogue operations and you would be well-served to avoid these spots as there is a chance that you could experience problems.


Saucify has done a decent job of creating software that looks and plays pretty nicely, providing a variety of games. However their complicity in the theft of a progressive jackpot and the high ratio of rogue casinos offering their games means we think this is one gaming supplier that is best avoided.


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