Founded in the UK way back in 1999, Play Tech is regarded as one of the oldest online casino software providers.
They are yet another giant in the world of online gaming and is characterized for being a part of a lot of projects in various aspects of the industry.
The Play Tech casino software excels in producing and developing high quality online casino games.
In all Play Tech casinos, you can always expect a huge selection of games and services, with most sites offering at least 200 different casino game titles.
This month i Gaming Tracker’s Ken Muir explores the rise of casino live gaming and the respective roles played by Playtech and Evolution.
There has been a lot of interest in casino live gaming in recent months.
Playtech has recently completed its migration of dedicated live casino rooms to its next generation studio in Riga, Latvia.
In July, we identified a game launch that had equivalent exposure to a major new slot release.
It was surprising to us that it was actually a new live game format from Evolution, albeit a take on a traditional casino Wheel of Fortune format, called Dream Catcher.
Most online casinos have a live casino offering on their live casino tab, however at i Gaming Tracker we have noticed that most landing pages now have live games present, along with standard HTML5/Flash table games and the top slots.
We looked at 17 UK-facing casinos in September, a good cross section of the UK gambling market.
We tracked the main landing pages for each casino every day to assess: • the mix of slots/live games and table games on each page; • the supplier mix of live games; • type of live games present; and • to analyse the launch of Dream Catcher Slot, table and live game mix The above chart looks at the percentage mix between slots vs. table games (HTML5/Flash games such as roulette, blackjack etc).