Mr.Green Chooses WagerWorks

Published Friday, December 04, 2009 - Online-Casinos.com

Award winning Swedish operator Mr Green has chosen Wagerworks as it's gaming software provider. Oliver Lofthouse, Director and General Manager of WagerWorks, said sounding very pleased, "This is a first for WagerWorks in the supply of game content to the Scandinavian market and supports our development into Continental Europe. With the seamless integration of WagerWorks rgs Mr Green will now be able to offer their players world class slot entertainment without any re-programming expenses or operating software changes." This is huge plus for Mr. Green as Mikael Pawlo the Managing Director of Mr Green, commented, "Mr Green has been recognized as the leading online brand in the Scandinavian market and it is important for us to continue to provide the best and most innovative products to our players."

Wagerworks was initially formed as a subsidiary of Silicon Gaming, which was a leading land-based slot machine manufacturer. In 2005 International Game Technology took over Silicon Gaming. It was then that Wagerworks became an independent company focusing on the software functions of online gaming. Wagerworks is perhaps the only online gaming software provider that has its roots in land-based gambling machines. Wagerworks provides only instant play software. There is no download version. However the instant play version is high quality and offers the same stability as a the downloaded versions available. WagerWorks offered a two pronged approach to the deal since Mr. Green wanted huge payout jackpots and top quality innovative games from the same vendor and since WagerWorks offered both in its portfolio they did not have to make different agreements. Mr Green's emphasis on social responsibility combined with an exciting web site has given this firm an advantage that is sure to give the customer an unforgettable experience. WagerWorks' progressive jackpot network available to Mr.Green is called MegaJackpots and is currently around £2.2 million (€2.6 million) and has the largest reset value of £1.5 million.

 

 

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