Wizard Gaming Says Bye Bye to All Star Slots Casino
by Edward Rogers, News Staff Writer
August 13, 2009
One of the newer online casinos in business today,
All Star Slots, has announced it will be moving over
to Real Time Gaming's software platform. Initially
launched with startup online casino software developer,
Wizard Gaming, All Star Slots recently informed current
members it will be making the change so as to offer a
larger selection of casino games, in particular table
games, as well as a larger scope of deposit and
withdrawal methods via the software cashier options.
Considering All Star Slots was Wizard Gaming's
inaugural and lone online casino licensee, the fate of
this new software platform is not yet clear. Wizard
Gaming could very well have more licensees lined up for
future operations, or could simply be closing up shop.
The latter would be unfortunate, for Wizard Gaming truly
devised a sophisticated software platform more
innovative than certain other software makers known for
mass distributing online casinos that manage to stay in
business because of large advertising budgets.
Wizard Gaming, on the other hand, is more like your
fantastic independent film without the budget and big
name actors. It's no less better or capable of doing
what a regulated online casino should do, which is to
entertain and offer fair odds on a safe and secure
betting platform. But just like in the movie business,
sometimes it's the gems that never see the light of day.
Perhaps the online gambling industry fosters the same
cutthroat reality of the movie business?
Or, perhaps this news will be a call to investors. It
isn't clear at this point in time if Wizard Gaming is
courting potential investors to help expand the company,
or if expansion is even underway. Up until now, Wizard
Gaming's portfolio has solely catered to slots players,
offering a total of 20 slots and one blackjack game.
Read the OCS
Wizard Gaming Casinos page or Visit
WizardGaming.co.uk for more information and updates for
what will hopefully be a happy ending, or rather,
beginning for Wizard Gaming. For more information on All
Star Slots, read the OCS
All Star Slots Review.