Derby lies between Stoke-on-Trent and Nottingham. And this is exactly where the games manufacturer Games Warehouse has its headquarters! The company is one of the leading developers of pay-to-play games in the UK, logically looking at a wide range of games for the offline market.
But the online business is also taken seriously and Games Warehouse repeatedly transfers popular offline games to an exciting online version. The company is licensed from the UKGC, the MGA and the Alderney Gaming Control Commission.
Games Warehouse is a very successful provider of games for land-based casinos. GW Games made the wise decision to also explore the online market and grow its business. The studio has since released more than 50 games. GW Games’ portfolio is unique. It offers various quizzes, numbers and word games that you won’t find anywhere else. The collection is complemented by some more traditional casino products such as slot machines, bingo and video poker.
They are based on the successful Real Casino titles from Games Warehouse. A big advantage is that online games are developed with HTML5. Thanks to this modern technology, all titles work on mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android and Windows Phone. The graphics scale perfectly and the performance is fast. As a result, the provider has already won several contracts with renowned online casinos.
Games Warehouse game portfolio
Most game developers in the gaming sector offer a huge range of slots. But GW Games take a different approach, increasingly relying on puzzles and puzzle games.
In Birdz you have to complete rows similar to “Four wins” or “Tetris” to collect points. In Pub Quiz you have to answer tricky questions, one obtains for each correct answer into a result. The variety of different game ideas makes Games Warehouse a very popular provider in the UK.
Games Warehouse also offers the option to compete in a real tournament for some games. The quiz machines are usually available for selection, but can also be poker and other card games. You compete online against a large number of other players with the aim of reaching the jackpot.
The fact that Games Warehouse holds licenses from BBC and Endemol, among other things, means that exciting TV concepts can be transferred to the gambling machines. For example, GW Games offers games like Deal or no Deal and Pointless, which is rather unknown in the rest of the world – both TV show classics of recent years.
The Gold Strike Machine is particularly recommended for the slots. Because here, if you spin properly, you can win up to £ 300,000! And the chances of winning the maximum are correspondingly high because the machine can snap the winning symbols so that only the other symbols rotate. Definitely worth a test, for newbies like high rollers!