NetEnt is one of the leading names in casino software development, and it shows with their large collection of quality slots games. Netent are responsible for some of the most popular titles around, including Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest, and Jack and the Beanstalk, it’s safe to say that NetEnt’s reputation is well earnt. It also offers some of the biggest progressive slots in the business- Mega Fortune once paid out a massive €17.86 million to one very lucky Swedish player! NetEnt took home the gong for Innovation in Slot Provision at the EGR Awards 2016, as well as EGR Slot Provider of the Year in 2015, so you know that the games are some of the very best.
Like NetEnt, Microgaming is one of the market leaders in the software industry and is particularly popular among slot fans. With famous titles like Hot Ink, Thunderstruck and Jurassic Park in its portfolio, Microgaming definitely knows its stuff. This developer also proudly holds the record of largest ever slot payout, when one fortunate player bagged a whopping £13 million progressive jackpot on Mega Moolah. Microgaming won the EGR Innovation in Slot Provision in 2011, and since then has taken home prestigious awards, such as iGaming Software Supplier at the 2018 International Gaming Awards.
This software giant first won EGR Slots Provider of the Year back in 2013 and its quality software has continued to take home prizes ever since. Playtech made its name with a top collection of online slots including the likes of White King and Jackpot Giant, as well as iconic film and comic-themed titles, such as Gladiator and Superman. There’s also the progressive Age of the Gods, a wildly popular game that has sparked a range of spin-offs. Ugga Bugga and Goblin’s Cave feature some of the highest RTPs on the market—-99.07% and 99.32% respectively.
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