Software: Vegas Technology
Overview and History
Formerly known as OddsOn, Vegas Technology is a casino software provider which is located in Toronto, Ontario. It was founded in 1998 under the name OddsOn. In 2005 it had a major overhaul of its brand and since then it is named Vegas Technology. It left the gambling industry for few years in 2011 and it came back in 2015.
Their offer is not like some of the bigger casino software providers; however there is a variety of games that will satisfy any taste. Most of their games are slots, almost 80%. What’s special about Vegas Technology are the tournaments they tend to organize for the players who play their games. The prize pool is guaranteed by the casino even if there aren’t enough players who joined the tournament.
Vegas Technology attempts to follow all the world trends. In that attempt they have moved from the only download based games towards the instant play games. Currently their games can be played both instantly with the very convenient Flash and download them on your machine. Unlike other games that require download, VT’s games are fast and easy to download, really fast.
Their games offer a lot of customization to some of the features. This gives the edge some online casinos need to stand out from the competition.
Most of their offer consists of slot games. Although majority of them look like games that can be found elsewhere, there are few unique games. A great example is the 7 reel slot game which you cannot find anywhere else.
They do not have special dedicated software for mobile users which is hard hit if you consider the fact that almost all other providers have this feature. At least they update their game portfolio regularly. Every month there is a new game uploaded.
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Their games are licensed by the Directorate of Offshore Gaming of Antigua and Barbuda. The Antigua and Barbuda officials audit and test the games before they are launched to ensure maximum player protection and satisfaction.
VT games can be found only in English and the transactions are made in US dollars. This has been a topic for a long time and it restrains some players of even making an attempt to play VT’s games. With such competition within the industry the players have elsewhere to go where they won’t have this sort of flexibility issues.