Wagerwoks Vs Microgaming for top software provider
10 Sep 2010
By CM Jones
By CM Jones
Many would say that IGT's WagerWorks produces the best slot games with titles like the Rainbow Riches series including, Win Big Shindig and Pots of Gold alongside the Cleopatra series and the Megajackpots titles. However, Microgaming is the original online casino company who first bought table games and slots to the internet audience way back in 1994. Microgaming also has paid out the biggest progressive slot jackpot (that was also the world's biggest online casino win) of well over six million euros on their popular progressive slot game Mega Moolah.
However, when you consider the ascent of WagerWorks in all the world's gambling markets, from the far east to Vegas, alongside their acquisition of smaller gaming companies during their massive rise into the top 500 listings for US interests, you've got to believe they were the tortoise in the race to become the world's top gaming provider. Whilst Microgaming no doubt had a massive part to play in developing the internet casino phenomenon, WagerWorks have stolen their crown with a more polished performance and better branded gaming.
In the WagerWorks stable there is still a battle for slots game supremacy between Rainbow Riches and the delectable Cleopatra Slot Machine.
Ultimately however if you simply consider the quality of games on offer from both these casino companies then you'd have to say the contest's a pretty tightly run thing.
CM Jones is a slots author with many years of experience in online gaming. CM still finds it a struggle to stick her neck out and name the ultimate Online Slots software provider.