The software platform that a casino chooses to use will have a huge overall impact on the experience their players will have. In many cases – though these are growing less frequent – if two different casinos use the same software provider they will offer the player exactly the same game, similar bonuses and similar comp point programs with the only real difference being the way the casino is managed. For this reason it’s useful to know about other casinos who use the same software platform and keep them in mind if you are looking for a new venue to play with, or perhaps a group of venues you’d rather avoid.
On this page you’ll find a list of casino software providers and reviews of each provider. Many casino software companies do not provide full casino platforms, instead simply leasing their own games to casinos using other full platforms – in general these software providers will not be included on this list.
Within each software review page you’ll find all casino that we’ve reviewed on the site who uses that software as their primary platform alongside a list of the highest rated casinos using this provider at the top of the review. With smaller or less reputable software providers, the casinos here are not necessarily the best casinos to play with, so make sure to read the casino review as well before signing up to any casino.
The ratings given in the software reviews are used as the score for the Software section of each casino’s review however if the casino have augmented their primary software platform with additional games from other providers this will be taken into account and the Software rating may rise about the rating found in the software review.
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