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Victor Chandler Casino Licenses Best of Wager Works Software

Monday, September 20th, 2010

And you thought these girls are hot? Wait 'till you see the new Wager Works online casino games at Victor Chandler!

And you thought these girls are hot? Wait 'till you see the new Wager Works online casino games at Victor Chandler!

The Victor Chandler website just got a bit more expansive now that a deal with Wager Works Software has procured a lineup of some of the funnest online casino games out there. Given even the twenty-something, drop-dead-gorgeous dealers who help run Victor Chandler’s live dealer online casino, this new lineup of games is sure to spice things up (abeit I wouldn’t mind if one of Chandler’s dealers – the oldest of whom was born in 1984, by the way – was to spice things up in however she sees fit. 🙂

Now, before I get myself into trouble, let’s give credit where credit is due, shall we? International Gaming Technology (IGT) subsidiary, Wager Works, is to owe for the innovative selection of slots that now call the Victor Chandler website home. Well, not all of them. Victor Chandler uses software from several developers – showcasing the best that each has to offers through the innovative “Open Bet Platform”. In the case of Wager Works, these include Monopoly (With Pass “Go” Bonus & On a Roll), Wheel of Fortune, Rainbow Riches Pots of Gold, Elvis Top 20 and Ca$hino.

If you are an avid land-based casino player, you may very well recognize some, if not all of these slot machine titles. That’s because all of them were originally developed into brick ‘n mortar casino slot machines and brought to the land-based industry by IGT. Having sole licensing rights to turn these titles into their virtual counterparts, Wager Works has become a niche developer, if you will, offering what no other software developer can – popular, branded games.

I take that back – there certainly are other software developers in the business of branding slot machines. Need I mention Marvel Slots? (Albeit the games you can find at Cryptologic and now Playtech online casinos were not initially developed into brick ‘n mortar games). However, the fact remains that Wager Works casino games have a history that – call me crazy – almost make you feel as if you actually are inside your favorite brick ‘n mortar casino – minus the cocktail waitress, lack of clocks and tacky carpet, of course.

If you’re NOT from the U.S., give the Victor Chandler website a visit to see for yourself. Or you could just as well give a call to the OCS top Wager Works site, Virgin Casino. But then again, how bad do you want to interact with Silvia from the live blackjack table?!

Wager Works to Supply New Online Casino Games to UK’s Betfred

Friday, August 20th, 2010


Wagerworks has long sought to make a name for itself as a cutting-edge, white label online casino software developer. Well, for anyone who has followed the growth of Wager Works over the last few years, you will likely agree that the International Game Technology (IGT) subsidiary has certainly lived up to this goal.

Solidifying yet another partnership with an industry leading internet betting provider, Betfred,Wagerworks continues expanding it’s reach across the vast sea of online casinos, poker rooms and all manner of wagering destinations on the Web.

As for Betfred, they are more known for their sports betting than anything else. However, such as the trend is these days, Betfred has become something of an all-in-one online betting destination, offering bingo games, poker, skill games, lottery and online casino games in addition to a large sportsbook offering.

Wager Works specializes on the online casino front and specialty games (many of which are IGT trademarks), and as such, will be supplying Betfred with four new titles to begin with. These are “Wheel of Fortune Hollywood Edition”, “Cluedo”, “Cleopatra” and “Monopoly with Pass Go Bonus”. Along with these, the UK/Gibraltar regulated Betfred offers an eclectic portfolio of the best performing games from a variety of online casino software developers, including Microgaming.