IGT subsidiary company, Wager Works has been quite the busy online casino software developer of late. Following their recent announcement about a new slots game release at the upcoming International Casino Conference in London, Wager Works has signed JenningsBet to be their newest casino games licensee.
JenningsBet, which uses the Orbis software platform to provide fixed odds sports betting, poker and casino games, apparently has been looking to diversify their offering of online casino games to meet the needs of their customers. According to company Director, Steve Templeman, as part of JenningsBet's continuing aim to keep their operations competitive and cutting edge, a selection of the top performing online casino game titles was being sought after.
Not surprisingly, JenningsBet ultimately went with Wager Works. Not only is the technology, graphics and innovation top notch, being a subsidiary of land-based casino slot kingpin - IGT - Wager Works offers some of the most recognizable and popular slot titles in the world of gambling. The only ironic thing is the fact that IGT is a U.S. based company, but U.S. residents cannot enjoy the virtual counterparts of games offered by Wager Works. Hopefully, this will change in the near future.
In the meantime, JenningsBet and Wager Works licensees are enjoying the flood of business currently being spawned by the European online gaming scene, which has seen a rise in all forms of wagering, including casino, poker, bingo and sports betting.
Likewise, Orbis Technology, which as mentioned, supplies the software platform used by JenningsBet, continues to lead the way in integrated software platform solutions. Whether they realize it or not, most European online gamers have used or are currently using at least one component of the Orbis' OpenBet software platform to navigate between different types of online wagering.