Casino Platform Alternatives
New slot and casino site launches have become increasingly dominated by a small number of platforms. Jumpman Slots, Nektan and Progress Play are perhaps the best known but we also have listings for Dragonfish, MT Securetrade, and White Hat Gaming. Beyond these, there are several other options:
It all started for Aspire Global with Karamba. The site originally focused on scratchcards and other instant win games but these days Karamba also has a massive range of slot and live casino games and even features a sportsbook. Aspire now power many other sites with their white label solution and more are being launched all the time. Aspire are rumoured to be adding bingo to their platform some time during 2019 and this is an exciting development as the number of casinos on the network should ensure that there is plenty of liquidity.
L&L specialise in niche products, whether they are looking to fill a geographical niche as with All British Casino or a different type of niche as with the now defunct Free Spins Casino. The platform has recently undergone some big improvements in terms of both usability and range of games, and is now being offered as a white label solution whereas it was previously confined to house sites.
Skill On Net
Skill On Net is another platform that is now being offered as a white label solution. By far the best known Skill On Net site is PlayOJO and this is nothing to do with the platform itself but with the pioneering No Wagering offers.
Betable is a platform that powers various apps as well as a few casinos and if you’ve already heard of it, you probably won’t be able to sign up as they only allow players to have a single Betable account.
EveryMatrix is not so much a white label solution as a whole suite of casino, sportsbook and payments management products from which a bespoke solution can be offered, including licensing and payment processing in the case of casinos such as PlayFrank. EveryMatrix casinos are very definitely not just skins.
Genesis Global casinos including Sloty and Casino Joy incorporate an EveryMatrix solution that is confined to the back end.
Daub Alderney is a subsidiary of Stride Gaming and all of their sites are house owned.
The platform originally developed by Gaming Realms powers a whole series of TV tie in sites including X Factor Games.
Electraworks is a subsidiary of giant iGaming company GVC (who own Bwin Party and Ladbrokes Gala Coral). The platform was previously known as Cozy Games but since the takeover by GVC it has been massively improved in terms of the number of slot game providers on board. As well as a number of white label bingo and slot sites, the platform (in an enhanced version) powers some GVC house owned sites including Foxy Casino.
The Bede Gaming platform is no longer available as a white label solution and all remaining sites on the original IPS network which was powered by Bede are now owned and operated by LeoVegas.
The InTouch platform is intended for use on mobile phones and they develop all their own games. Different InTouch sites have different games.
From time to time a slot or casino site is launched on a standalone platform (although many of these later go on to power multiple sites, as in the case of Alea where they started with Slots Million and went on to buy Lady Lucks and move it to the platform). Standout examples include Casino Heroes with its innovative gamification and Winomania with its unique games.