Online Casino Game Providers – Developers and Suppliers 2022

Without a doubt, Microgaming is one of the most well-known casino game providers in the world; however, there are numerous other popular igaming studios that offer extensive portfolios of casino games, including slots, table games, scratch cards, and live dealer games. In this article, we will look at some of the best online casino game providers in the industry, which are available on the majority of European casino websites.

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Pragmatic Play

Pragmatic Play

Lately, pragmatic Play’s online slots have taken European casino lobbies by storm, introducing a new age of slots. Their casino games are designed to provide a top-notch gaming experience with thrilling themes and unique features brought together by incorporating cutting-edge technology. Pragmatic Play undoubtedly is one of the leading providers in the industry today that has made some remarkable strides in slot innovation, which was once dominated by NetEnt and Microgaming.

Novomatic

Novomatic

Incorporated way back in 1980, Novomatic is among the oldest names on this list. This iGaming company has been around long enough to know what it takes to provide players with top-of-the-line products and services when it comes to online gambling. With a presence all over Europe, this provider has become a household name across the continent. However, it primarily caters to online casinos in Germany and Austria (where it is headquartered).

Pay'n Go

Play’n GO

Casino sites of Europe have been able, to sum up, Play’n Go’s notable qualities as a casino game developer quite accurately: let the sleek graphics speak! From the company’s inception, its focus was on developing slots with high-definition graphics and optimised sound effects. It is no wonder every time you play Book of Dead – whether on your mobile or tablet – you feel like you are genuinely in a real casino.

Relax Gaming

Relax Gaming

Relax Gaming has established itself with sheer excellence! The provider is known to introduce unique slot features that keep players hooked during playtime (Money Train 2). This is the main reason why their games have a universal appeal and are often referred to as “exceptional” by players who try them out for the first time.

Nolimit City

Nolimit City

Nolimit City has been operating successfully since 2014, which is not hard to believe considering that it has made an impression on countless gambling enthusiasts worldwide. With its state-of-the-art online casino slot games like Deadwood, Mental, Punk Rocker, San Quentin xWays and other top-quality slots, Nolimit City is undoubtedly one of the best slot developers in Europe.

Netent

NetEnt

NetEnt is a pioneer in casino game software development whose primary focus is to supply high-quality online games to players in Europe and across the globe. Their games offer high-end quality graphics, sounds, and many other rich functionalities. Slots from NetEnt are thoughtfully designed with players in mind.

Thunderkick

Thunderkick

Thunderkick is another casino game developer with a remarkable success story to tell. It has made tremendous strides in the industry with its vibrant themes, unique features, and whimsical concepts experienced through these games. Thunderkick was at first confined to the Sweden casino market. Still, it soon gained worldwide recognition for breaking boundaries with its top quality slots. As an added advantage, all of its titles are fully compatible with mobile devices, so you can play them on the go!

1×2 Gaming

1×2 Gaming

When it comes to casino software, 1×2 Gaming is now one of the more experienced providers. This UK-based company, founded in 2003, began by developing instant win games. They quickly expanded, however, to produce slots and RNG table games. Today, 1×2 Gaming has a sizable market share and operates its own network, through which smaller developers can operate and find hosts for their fledgling games. 1×2 Gaming’s slots are simple in terms of graphics, but they have appealing themes, standard features, and a dated appearance that transports players back in time.

Betsoft

Betsoft

BetSoft Gaming is known as the leading developer of 3D slots. Having acquired some of the now-defunct Sheriff Gaming’s library (once their chief rival), BetSoft has a considerable portfolio. Animated graphics and innovative free spin bonuses are two of the highlights of BetSoft’s games. Some are a touch on the pricey side, but you’re getting more than just groovy graphics for your stakes here. You’re getting a mix of modern mobile-optimised graphical gameplay coupled with retro gamble-feature style modes. It is also worth noting that BetSoft has developed a few RNG table games to boot.

Blueprint Gaming

Blueprint Gaming

For years, Blueprint used to be an “also-ran”. That changed when Blueprint became one of the first software providers to lease Big Time Gaming’s MegaWays engine. They are also the developer that has made the most use of it, with an arsenal of MegaWays slots that now easily rival BTG’s. Since being acquired (in 2008) by the Gauselmann group, they have been heavily funded and enjoy a creative license to push the boundaries with their slot’s features. Innovative bonus round, top branded licenses, and the Jackpot King progressive network are all highlights of this widely available casino software provider’s titles.

Endorphina

Endorphina

Endorphina is probably most renowned for its ability to develop Bitcoin and cryptocurrency-friendly casino games. Launched in 2010, this Czech company has landed in hot water in the past due to the themes of some of its games. However, they have also picked up numerous awards for their innovative titles. One of the most crypto-friendly of the bunch is the aptly named Satoshi’s Secret. Endorphina is a mixed bag provider and developer, capable of delivering some truly unique games, such as Aus Dem Tal and Dia De Los Muertos, while at the same time coughing up some dull and repetitive games, like their “book slots”.

Ezugi

Ezugi

For many years, Ezugi was the number two developer of live dealer casino games online, trailing only Evolution Gaming. Since then, they’ve been bought out by Evolution Gaming, and Pragmatic Play now holds the title of the runner-up. Even though Ezugi is now under Evolution’s umbrella, Evolution still allows it to run its own show. Ezugi’s live dealer games are notable for being available in regions where Evolution’s are not and include dedicated and unique titles, such as Indian Roulette, Hindi Roulette, Russian roulette, Andar Bahar, Teen Patti and more. If Evolution or Pragmatic Play hasn’t got it, there’s a fair shot that Ezugi has.

Gamomat

Gamomat

Gamomat is one of the smaller software providers you will come across. They tend to be muscled out by the bigger boys and rely on getting their software onto open gaming platforms or appearing at far-flung, poorly licensed casinos to get noticed. This doesn’t mean that its titles aren’t worth a closer look, though. In fact, its portfolio includes fair, trusted and exciting slots. However, what we will say about Gamomat is that its portfolio is petite, so don’t expect a great deal of variety in its library.

Hacksaw

Hacksaw

Hacksaw Gaming is one of the newer casino software providers on the scene. They didn’t show up until 2018. Until recently, they primarily focused on instant win games, such as online scratch cards. However, in recent years, they have turned their attention to slots. At the time of writing, most of their portfolio still consists of instant win and fixed odds games and remains quite petite. Notable titles include Cubes and Tasty Treats. Expect Hacksaw’s titles to have more social gaming feel than some of the games from more established providers.

iSoftBet

iSoftBet

For years after its debut (2010), iSoftBet was a small-scale developer. However, acquiring a few brands and licenses, spending money on an innovative design team and being amongst the first providers to switch to mobile optimised games have really helped them flourish. Today, iSoftBet is among the highest mid-ranking providers. They have superb networked progressive jackpot slots to play, they’ve dabbled with table games, and are renowned for their Hold and Win mechanics. That mechanic has been only mildly less successful for iSoftBet than the MegaWays one was for BTG and has since been leased to other providers.

Leap Gaming

Leap Gaming

Leap Gaming has been around for a few years now, and while they do specialise in 3D games, they remain one of the smaller developers. This is because leap has a petite portfolio. They don’t like to rush their work, and the result is a stunning array of graphical pleasing, high-end titles, even if they are few. Most focus on sports, and while there are a few slots and table games in their inventory, most are virtual sports releases. Some can even be found in online sportsbooks.

Push Gaming

Push Gaming

Push Gaming has been banging its head against the mid-ranking ceiling for a few years now, struggling to make ground. Founded n 2010 in London, Push Gaming has dealt with multiple larger developers to try and gain some coverage for their games. They have partnered with many UK casinos (in particular), and despite being a small-scale team, they can easily compete with the likes of Barcrest, NextGen Gaming and others. Like some other developers that feature here, Push focuses on quality graphics and high-end quality games rather than pumping their library full of cheap, cloned slot games.

Red Rake Gaming

Red Rake Gaming

Red Rake Gaming is known for being something of a bizarre software provider. Valencia and Spain are the home of Red Rake, which is a known brand, but one that doesn’t appear outside of European markets for the most part. Red Rake’s games focus heavily on slots. Many have a South American feel to them, although their portfolio is limited. Red Rake needs to improve their features and RTP rates to compete with the big boys, but for a small-scale developer, they are on track to grow in the future.

Spribe

Spribe

Spribe is arguably one of the most innovative of all the developers to feature here. The main reason is this – they are brand new and don’t have much in their inventory, but what they have developed has caught on quick, especially at crypto casinos. The Aviator is their most famous release, while a poker client, skill games such as backgammon, dominos, dice (none of which are conventional casino games), and Turbo Game have all won plaudits. Slots aren’t yet part of their portfolio but should be coming soon. This may elevate the software provider and make it a more household name.

Stakelogic

Stakelogic

Stakelogic first sprang up in 2015 and has since grown to become something of a household name amongst casino enthusiasts. They immediately dove into the mobile casino space and embraced it. As a result, many of its games looked considerably different from their counterparts’ titles at lunch. Today, Stakelogic’s games are still deemed to be a touch basic, but they come with a realistic, immersive element that makes them something of a hit amongst fans looking for something a touch different. There is no reason to imagine that the Dutch company won’t continue to impress in the future.

Wazdan

Wazdan

For a few years, Wazdan was renowned for playing the types of slots that few wanted to play. Low RTP rates, poor jackpots and barebone features didn’t ignite any player’s passion for playing. In the last few years, their games have received a more varied mix of features, and that gives them to appeal. However, despite having a portfolio of over 100 games, many are merely clones of one another, and it is difficult to see Wazdan making any major strides forward yet. However, they have carved a small niche for themselves in the crypto-friendly slot world, so that may be an avenue they deem worth exploring.

Yggdrasil

Yggdrasil

Yggdrasil Gaming should need no introduction. Few software providers have seen their fortunes rise as fast as this Scandinavian company. Launched in 2013, they immediately partnered with fellow Swedish giant NetEnt, and that gave them immediate coverage. Yggdrasil was known for its cooky and bizarre themes, and that hasn’t changed all these years later. Today, they can stand on their own two feet and appear at casinos across the world. To showcase how much they have grown, they even run their own open gaming platform, taking care of fledgeling developers as NetEnt did for them. Yggdrasil’s slots exude class and creativity, come with insanely fun and bespoke bonuses and features, addictive themes and are amongst the very best in the business. If there’s a provider that’s on the verge of breaking into the top three slot developers (after Microgaming, Playtech and NetEnt), it would be Yggdrasil.

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