GTECH by IGT Software

GTECH is a global brand which deals with all forms of online gambling from online poker to bingo. The current company, once known as Lottomatica, has been created through various mergers and acquisitions throughout the years, notably Spielo, the Boss poker network, mobile developer Probability Gaming and St Minver. In July 2014 the company merged with IGT to create one of the biggest gaming companies in the world keeping GTECH’s visual identity.

Various branches of the company deal with different activities and different markets, with IGT Interactive providing most the casino software. In addition to offering complete platforms, using Flash or a downloadable client, GTECH and IGT also supply games to multi-software casinos. These can be played either directly through desktop browsers, or on mobile devices. Find out more about the group in the short review below. T&C's apply to all bonus offers on this site. Must be 18+. BeGambleAware.

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Licensing & Testing

GTECH is licensed and regulated to operate in over 250 jurisdictions worldwide.  These include lottery licenses in US states and international licenses to provide iGaming. Where required, the company is also licensed by authorities in individual countries, such as the UK, Italy and Sweden.

As a result of these multiple licensing agreements, GTECH's software is thoroughly tested by respected third party auditors, which includes checks to ensure the RNG offers fair gaming. GTECH is publically traded on the Milan Stock Exchange, which provides an extra layer of scrutiny on their business practices.

Slots Titles

IGT provides many casinos with a huge catalogue of popular slots titles. These include 5-reel video slots games like Pharaohs Fortune, Jeopardy, Miss Red, In Bloom, Transformers and Crown of Egypt. You can also find 3-reel games such as Monopoly Multiplier, 4-reel variants and 5-reel titles which display their games in a diamond  pattern, like Day of the Dead, Star Trek and Wheel of Fortune.

These games provide crisp graphics and an enjoyable slots experience, although unlike other suppliers there is a lack of animated sequences or interactive bonus rounds. Instead you get a straightforward slots games, which offer at most the chances of free spins and payout bonuses. However, it’s that retro appearance that makes them unique and original.

The HTML5 games include titles powered by IGT, such as Egyptian Dreams, Goldify, Moving Moments and Treasure Blast.

Table Games

Across different casinos, you can encounter many table games provided by GTECH and IGT. These include plenty of blackjack variations with games like Blackjack Hi/Lo, Blackjack Super Sevens, Pontoon and Face Up 21. Other card games include Casino Hold’em and Fast Poker, along with War and Baccarat.

There are roulette games too, with American and European wheels provided along with French Roulette and Roulette Supreme, as well dice games like SicBo and Craps. As many games been acquired through mergers and takeovers, the overall game quality varies from very good to average.

Other Products

As far as casino games are concerned, GTECH/IGT supplies a full range of video poker, scratch card and Keno titles. The company also provides online poker, lottery and bingo software.


GTECH is one of the world’s leading gaming brands which thanks to the merger with IGT in 2014 has become more powerful than ever. The conglomerate offers lottery, casino, betting and mobile gaming products through various subsidiaries; and is licensed to operate in over 250 jurisdictions.

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Posted by CCJ Team