The gambling software company Core Gaming comes from a part of the UK where video slot development has been prolific over the years. The West Midlands has been a breeding ground for fledgling start-ups and larger organizations, with the likes of Gamesys, Blueprint Gaming and even Barcrest having connections to this part of the world. For Core Gaming it has been a very organic growth over recent years as they have set about building their own propriety games, but also developing projects with other gaming companies such as NextGen Gaming, Aristocrat and Amaya. In fact, such is the quality of their partnerships that their website very much reads as a ‘whos-who’ of the slot gaming world. This can largely be attributed to Core Gaming’s knowledge and understanding of HTML5, the key component for building slot games across multi-platform devices.
Despite some very strong ties in the industry and experience in building quality HTML5 games, Core Gaming’s own slot portfolio is fairly limited. When they do release slots they are normally well received, especially in the UK market, which appears to be their primary market. Their slots are most likely to be found in online casinos that have a large UK presence, such as the bookmaker websites of William Hill, Paddy Power and bet365.