British online gaming software developer WagerWorks has exhibited at the Betting Show for the first time this week, showcasing its range of game titles and server-based technology.
London-based WagerWorks is the online subsidiary of America’s International Game Technology (IGT) and supplies feature-rich and regulatory compliant casino and game content solutions. It recently signed a series of high-profile contracts with PartyGaming and 888 that will see some of its most successful and popular titles added to the online operators’ games portfolios.
In addition, WagerWorks has finalised an additional deal with Betfair that will see its games leveraged via the Orbis fixed-odds games module. The firm revealed that Orbis has integrated the WagerWorks RGS system into its OpenBet platform to offer customers all its games content from anywhere within the system.
WagerWorks exhibited alongside fellow IGT subsidiaries Barcrest and Cyberview at the NEC Arena in Birmingham and showed off its range of releases including Triple Fortune Dragon, a MultiWay slot with 243 ways to win off of only 25 credits. It also exhibited Three Wheel Roulette, which offers players three times the chance of winning on every spin, and Elvis: A Little More Action, which features 50 paylines across five reels with stacked wilds and 255 free spins with retriggers.
“WagerWorks has continued to deliver flexible and effective iGaming solutions tailored to meet the needs of our operators,” said Oliver Lofthouse from WagerWorks.
“Our presence at this year’s Betting Show will continue to develop our presence in the remote gaming market and I am excited to further explore the potential business opportunities that exist in this part of the market.”