The Best Mobile Casino Software Developers



There are thousands of online betting establishments currently operating on the internet. Almost all of the legitimate ones use browser-based and mobile casino software created and maintained by developers licensed and headquartered in one of the United Kingdom's nine whitelisted gambling jurisdictions.

These developers are wholly responsible for the existence of the iGaming industry. They provide the interface, games, user management and payment processing capabilities of online gambling websites. Site operators merely purchase the programs from them lock stock and barrel, with a little customization for branding on the side.

At the dawn of the online gambling industry, developers focused exclusively on browser-based games. However, the emergence of smartphones and their subsequent dominance of online traffic have shifted the focus to smart applications.

Regardless of whether you are a gambling aficionado or website owner, knowing the best programs in the business can greatly help with your decision making process. Being the kind and helpful folks that we are, we have compiled below a list of the four best developers in the industry today to help you get a head start.

International Gaming Technology



International Gaming Technology (IGT), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Scientific Games Corporation (SGI), is one of the most respected names in the iGaming and offline gambling sectors. Its applications are used to run gaming machines in world-famous locations in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Reno, Macau and a few other locations around the world. IGT's jackpot program alone has handed out close to $6 billion in prizes! IGT also has the distinction of producing the most popular keno (Ultimate X Keno Combo Pack) and video poker (Fuzzy's Fortune Video Slots) games in Las Vegas!

In recent years, IGT has made great strides in portable gaming. Its mobile casino software currently produces high-quality games for Android and Apple smartphones and tablets.

Play'n GO



Play'n GO is an award-winning mobile casino software developer headquartered in Malta. The company, which has offices in Hungary, Sweden, the Philippines and the United Kingdom, is widely acknowledged as the market leader in the slot gaming niche. Established in 1997, Play'n GO was one of the pioneering developers in this niche.

Similar to IGT, Play'n GO also has a presence in offline gambling and has signed several exclusive contracts with major gaming operators. Its most lauded accomplishment thus far is the OMNY-CHANNEL MAGIC, a comprehensive platform which allows users to seamlessly switch between smartphone and browser gaming.

Bally Technologies



Nevada-based Bally Technologies was established in 1968 as Advanced Patent Technology. During the height of disco in the 70s, APT diversified into gaming and started producing slot machines for gambling establishments in Las Vegas. The company had several hits and misses in the 80s and 90s, but finally found a steady stream of revenue by operating several thousand slot machines in race tracks, bars and truck stops in Louisiana.

After some internal restructuring, the company was rechristened as Bally Technologies at the turn of the millennium. It diversified into the online realm in 2014 and began producing mobile casino software. Success came swiftly, and Bally today is one of the most popular names in the iGaming and offline gambling circles.

Pragmatic Play Ltd.



Founded in 2015, Pragmatic Play is one of the newest kids on the block. Probably because of that, the company has taken some risks in the development of its mobile casino software in an effort to make a mark in the industry. That they certainly did, as the unpredictable volatility of the Return to player (RTP) rate of its slot machines has made them incredibly popular.

This list is far from exhaustive. The industry is filled with many other reputable and talented developers as you will discover once you dip your metaphorical toes into the metaphorical iGaming waters.