As a new iGaming provider in a growing online gaming industry, GECO is banking on the talents of software developers who have gained significant experience working for veteran companies such as Electracade, NYX, VirtueFusion and Openbet Industries. The company's charter is to invite in a group of smaller developers and combine resources to develop feature rich games using cutting edge technology.
Other developers that have joined in this endeavour include Bet Digital, NYX Interactive, Virtue Fusion, Black Cow Technology and Lightning Box Games as well as a dozen or so others. The company is located in the United Kingdom and holds dual licensing provided by the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission. Both of the aforementioned remote gambling jurisdictions are highly respected among both players and operators. In the company's first year of operation, it was placed under consideration for "Software Rising Star" at the 2015 EGR Business to Business Awards.
While each individual company is free to employ the use of its own development tools, they are all using Flash and HTML 5 in order to assure that each of the games developed are easily integrated with any and all of the important software platforms currently being used within the industry.
Currently, the games can be accessed by players in download mode for both PC and Mac users, instant play mode and through the use of mobile browsers and mobile devices that use popular operating systems, namely iOS for Apple products and Android. William Hill is one of the more prominent online gaming sites that have contracted with GECO for access to the company's games.
Based on information provided by GECO's website, the organization currently has a dozen games available for online gaming casinos. Game categories are limited to 1 game of bingo and 11 video slot games.
Slot titles include Coco-Nuts, Island in the Sun, Hex, Sunshine Reel, Scatter Brains, Sassy Bingo, Nauticus, Meerkat Mayhem, Treasure Pond, Treasure Compass, 88 Coins and Time Gamble. After viewing several of the games, there would seem to be a focus on attractive graphics, plenty of video and audio features and an interesting variety of bonus games within most of the offerings. You can read more about them on the software’s official site, but unfortunately there’s no way to try them there, so you’ll have to do it at one of the online casinos.
GECO Gaming or Game Engine Co-Operative was established in late 2014 by WagerMill and TGL. This is a multi-platform community built for developers and operators to collectively market a broad spectrum of games to suit any player base. Flash and HTML5 compatibility as well as some of the best licenses are also the key.
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Posted by CCJ Team