This is a somewhat secretive (or at least publicity shy) gaming software supply company, whose history and ownership is unclear to say the least. It claims to have been founded in 2010, and appears to be headquartered on the Mediterranean island of Malta.
It seems fair to say that the main energies of the company seem to be focused on Business to Business (B2B), rather than specifically on the individual player and game design. There is much talk on its landing page of “turnkey solutions” and although the phrase “white label” doesn’t appear, you can be sure it will on any one of the missing back pages.
The company designs the software infrastructure which helps to power online casinos. This includes banking arrangements, IT support, marketing and data analysis plus customer support facilities. Hence the term “turnkey”: site operators can effectively buy an “off-the-shelf” package which enables them to get their site up-and-running virtually straight away.
Operators can then choose from various game providers to stock their sites with entertaining games for their players to play.
Gamescale does have some of its own games to offer, although you may struggle to find them on any of the major casino sites played on by the typical UK based player. Mostly, their games are to be found on sites licenced by the Government of Curacao. These sites are not regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, and therefore not recommended for UK based players. Slot titles include games like Dark Harbour, Magic Forest and Safari Spin. There are around forty in total, with a surprisingly large amount (around half), having the word “slot” in the title, just in case you were wondering what you were playing.
According to the Gamescale website, the company also provides various casino games, such as Blackjack and Roulette, plus some video poker. A small range of virtual scratch cards are also provided.