This is an Australian company which has quickly forged quite a reputation for itself within the online gaming industry. It was founded in 2011 and has its headquarters in Sydney, New South Wales, not far from the iconic Bondi Beach. Their games designers have used their enviable location to enhance their creative juices, because Big Time Gaming (BTG) have certainly produced some excellent titles.
At the time of writing, there are around a dozen slots in the range, including some well-known games like Golden Goals, Temple of Fortune and Viking Quest. They also so produce some traditional casino games. Table game options include Blackjack and several different formats of Roulette.
The slots produced by the company are widely available to UK based players through the company’s various licencing deals. Through arrangements with big casino software platforms like Open Bet, GTS and NYX’s Open Gaming System (OGS), Big Time Gaming’s slots have a wide reach. Many of the company’s titles are available to UK players. These links have been forged by the company’s CEO Nik Robinson, who has over twenty years’ experience within the online gaming industry. Both he and Technical Director Huw McIntosh were involved in the design and operation of Open Bet software before forming the new company, experience which no doubt helped the dynamic duo to negotiate their licencing agreements.
Since Open Bet and OGS are much favoured by the UK’s leading sportsbook and bookmaking companies, Big Time gaming’s slots and casino games are most often to be found on these big name portals. These include sites such as Bet 365, Ladbrokes, Mr Green, Paddy Power and Unibet Casino. Other non-bookmakers’ casino sites include top titles like Cashmio, Kerching and Sapphire Rooms.
Being modern designs, the company’s slots can be played on any kind of internet enabled device. Just load on your chosen computer or gadget through your usual pre-installed web browser. Their games look good and play well on even the most compact smart phone.
BTG operate under a licence provided by the UK channel island of Alderney’s Gambling Control Commission. This means that the company is fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, and its games can therefore be generally regarded as safe to play for UK based players.