One of the fastest growing software companies today is none other than Wager Works. Haven't heard of them? Although this IGT subsidiary company got a late start in the online gambling industry per say, their history actually goes a long way back. IGT is none other that International Gaming Technology - the world's largest manufacturer of casino slot machines. The company's familiarity with gambling regulation standards and their commitment to the same is the testament to their competence and values.
That said, it's no wonder that another large internet betting site has signed with Wager Works to power their gaming solutions. Replacing their former online casinos system powered by Chartwell Technology, Boylesports is the latest to adopt Wager Works entire suite of online casino games, including all of the IGT licensed slots that you can only find at land-based casinos, or other Wager Works casinos like Virgin Casino, of course.
Offering sports betting as well, you're probably wondering what Wager Works did with Boylesports Finsoft Margin Maker sportsbook platform. Simple - they integrated it. Wager Works is now able to integrate with not only Finsoft, but also Orbis, which are no doubt two of the largest internet sportsbook providers today.
With an increasing number of betting companies offering more of a full gambling package resembling that of Las Vegas Strip casinos, integration of multiple software platforms under a single virtual roof is not uncommon at all these days.
Adaptability and progressiveness precisely were the qualities Boylesports was looking for when shopping over the leading online casino software platforms in operation today. Boylesports' Head of Gaming, Conor Grant, said it was these qualities, along with a sound brand image, that made Wager Works full turnkey online casino platform stand out from the rest of the pack. Both companies are looking forward to a successful partnership in the future.