If you’ve tried out a few
casino sites you’ll probably have come across
more than one type of software used to support the
online casino experience. If you’re worried that
some are more reliable than others and you want to
make sure you are using a site that is backed up by
a reliable, secure program.
We’ve put together a list of the most common
software you will find, and given our opinions about
Playtech – trusted and reputable provider –
design and vast array of games always being
developed – great customer service standards –
Microgaming – the largest software provider –
players will be paid in a reasonable time frame –
huge variety of games offered – if you want to play
slots and video poker then games run on this
software are always good – some Microgaming casinos
will not accept new US players.
Realtime Gaming (RTG) – fast game play – wide
variety of games available – good sign up bonuses
from casinos using this software (don’t forget to
check out the t’s & c’s on these) – generous
promotions – most casinos running this software are
fun and secure.
Cryptologic – realistic and easy to use games – wide
variety of games offered – easy-to-use chat function
available – table games may seem slow to experienced
players - some Cryptologic casinos will not accept
new US players.
Odds On – respected and reliable – great customer
service standards – great for new and casual players
as they offer low table limits – adjustable game
speed – graphics can leave a bit to be desired.
Boss Media – excellent graphics – chat, private and
invite only games – low table limits for new and
casual players – payment is quick and
Random Logic– strong reputation – quick payment to
loyal players – secure environment – reasonable
selection of games which are all very good –
provider to Casino on Net.
Net Entertainment – if you want a no download option
then casinos running this software offer superior
graphics – good customer service – weekly
tournaments - great reputation for Blackjack –
compatible with PC, Mac, Unix and Web TV.
All of these providers should leave you pretty safe
when it comes to your details an your money; if you
find a site that doesn’t use any of these software
options be sure to check out any reviews based on
reliability, security, customer service and variety,
as well as speed of play, graphics and additional
functions, before you start to play.
There are some unscrupulous online sites out there,
but you will find that most of them have been
written up on review sites or have had posts made
about problems experienced by other players.