Euro Games Technology is an up and coming gaming software and white label platform designer. It was formed in 2002 in Sofia, Bulgaria, where it remains headquartered to this day. The name may well be unfamiliar to UK based players, but this is unlikely to be the case for long. It already employs around a thousand people, and is attempting to expand its operations throughout Europe and to eventually become a force in the gaming industry worldwide. It has already opened satellite offices across the world, in Africa, Asia and the Americas.
The company offers a bespoke platform framework, enabling prospective casino operators to buy a site template “off the shelf”. EGT then provide the backing to help with the running of the new site. The operators decide on the name, branding and marketing strategy, while the company take care of all the nuts and bolts of administering the site. This can include functions such as data gathering, management reports, banking, payment and financial services, fraud and data security protection and most importantly, providing an entertaining roster of great games to play.
Its activities cover all aspects of the gaming industry, including land based real casino machines. This includes slot and video gaming consoles, as well as video lottery terminals.
Here at Busy Bee, we’re more interested in the company’s online and interactive activities. In addition to its white label management operations, it also designs its own games. Operators can use these games, plus other better known games licenced from more widely known software providers. The company still designs predominantly in Flash, but most games are compatible with both mobile and conventional desktop play. No additional software download or app is required to play these games.
Games designed by EGT include all the main casino table games, such as Blackjack, Keno, Poker and Roulette. When it comes to slots, the company already has well over a hundred titles in its portfolio, with more being developed and released all the time. Of course, these games are not generally well-known to UK based players as yet. But rest assured, there is nothing wrong with the quality, and they may well become staple popular favourites in years to come.
All their games can be tried out for free on their own website, and they really are well up to current standards. Titles like Aztec Glory, Grace of Cleopatra, Halloween and Olympus Glory demonstrate that they have all the popular genres covered, and in some style too. The company’s worldwide ambitions are also shown by the wide range of dice game designs – clearly aimed at the popularity of these kind of games in Asia.
So keep a look out for EGT games – they certainly are a name to remember as they continue their quest for worldwide industry domination.