Regarding their own rebranding, they said “The refresh to ReelPlay best represents where the business is today and where it's headed”. This certainly gives us reason to believe that we can expect great things from ReelPlay in the future. The CCO of the company, David Johnson has said that the goal of ReelPlay has remained the same as it always was, with ReelPlay still creating everything from the ground up, in-house.
ReelPlay creates games for different platforms, and they are developed using the very latest HTML5 technology. With experienced developers in their team, they are always working to create great gameplay in their games, with good mathematics as well as stunning visuals playing a huge role in the end result. ReelPlay also has a lot of experience from creating slot machines for land-based casinos, which makes it no big surprise that they are one of the world's most commonly used online software providers.
ReelPlay Casinos and Partners
Right now ReelPlay is providing games to several of the top online gambling operators. They have been and still are partners with online social casinos, which includes operators who offer virtual currency entertainment as well as real money games. Names such as SlotsMillion, LeoVegas, Betsson, Bet365, Vera&John and many more.
It is clear that ReelPlay has fully embraced the entire process of creating games, which is one of the reasons they have teamed up with several online casinos as well as other software houses, gaming companies and turnkey providers. Partners include NextGen Gaming, Lighning Box and Big Wave Gaming to mention a few.
Fair Games and Licenses?
One of the more important features of the games provided by ReelPlay is the mathematics they make use of in all their software. This means that they are making use of complicated mathematical algorithms to make sure that all results of their games will be random. Of course, this is a very important part of ensuring that slot machines and other gambling games are fair to play on.
The company holds a license from the UK Gambling Commission. They also deal with most other recognized licenses through their partner networks, which as mentioned above, including some of the biggest names in the industry today.