Online Gambling Software

July 24, 2019

According to some estimations, there are more than one thousand online gambling sites including casinos, poker rooms, bingo halls and sportsbooks. Many of them use self-developed software, but the majority of well established gambling houses offer players games from a few software providers, which have turnkey solutions for the industry.

  • MicroGaming
  • Odds On
  • PlayTech
  • Cryptologic

The typical version of software is customized for each casino but only at a cosmetic level. The gaming engine is the same and frequently, the group of online casinos use the same e-cash processor.

Often casinos belonging to the group of online operators offer similar games, the odds on those games are the same and bonuses, policies, payout procedures for these casinos are the same. The same can be said about other gambling entities like poker rooms or bingo halls.


Microgaming logoMicrogaming is the oldest and one of the largest suppliers of online casino software in the world. It was founded in 1994 in South Africa. Microgaming employs more than 150 programmers who are engaged in developing and maintaining the Microgaming casino software. Microgaming casinos offer the largest selection of games and very competitive sign up bonuses. More about Microgaming Online Casinos.


Wagerlogic logoWagerLogic is the wholly owned subsidiary of CryptoLogic. In 1996, the software was licensed to the first Internet casino and now its licensees represent the one of the biggest portion of the online-gaming industry. More about WagerLogic Online Casino.


Playtech logoPlaytech was formed by a partnership between brick and mortar casino owners, e-commerce specialists and multimedia engineers, and has an excellent reputation in the online casino gambling industry. More about PlayTech Online Casinos.

Odds On Gaming

Odds On logoOdds On Gaming was formed in early 1998 to meet the software needs of emerging e-cash processing companies. Shortly thereafter, OOG's development team started to develop customized Casino games to meet the growing needs of their e-cash clients. More about Odds On Gaming.