It’s not easy being a provider and developer of casino games and software in the current market, due in no small part to the smorgasbord of competitors any company attempting to break the market has. It’s also not easy trying to survive and even flourish as a start-up tech company in the city of London.
The brave souls at Espresso Games are attempting to do both, and not only are they trying, they’re doing a good job of it too!
Having offices in Miami, London, and Buenos Aires, Espresso games have been on the scene for a strong minute, but they still have all the freshness and drive of a brand-new company.
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Espresso Games are always looking for ways to innovate, evolve, and revolutionise the online casino industry, and it is this determination to push things forward that characterises the company.
The Espresso Games gaming systems and architecture have been built specifically for cross-compatibility across systems, meaning casino operators can easily integrate Espresso games’ products into their systems.
Espresso Games work with companies and organisations throughout the industry, whether it be traditional casino operators and betting shops, or new and unique online outlets, and Espresso games have proved to be a welcome addition to the gaming portfolio of companies from these areas and more.
The software specialists at Espresso Games are devoted to ensuring that their products can be tailored to suit the needs of any client. An Espresso Games specialty is unifying systems into a single, user-friendly platform in order for their output to slot straight into the portfolio of any iGaming or land based casino company.
It is within their slot games that Espresso Games make the biggest impact, and it is also the area that they have the most experience in.
Espresso Games’ slots often utilise titles that are popular amongst software developers, but games from this provider always feel unique to them, regardless of how overused the concept may be.
For example, Pyramid Quest incorporates Ancient Egypt as its theme, but feels nothing like the plethora of other games on the same concept. The same is true for Stone Age themed slot Caveman, and the space based 2050 Escape from Mars.
The Wild West is covered in Bullets for Money, while the obligatory spooky slots quota is met by Vampire, Pogo’s Circus, and Haunted House.
Espresso will also toe the line of more saucy subjects in titles such as Street Money and Sex on the Beach.
Slots aren’t the limit though, and Espresso Games have a complete suite of table and card games including blackjack, poker, roulette, and baccarat in various forms.
Then there are three original titles, Power Balls, which has a lottery feel, Rat-A-Keno, which is a unique twist on Keno, and Virtual Soccer, which is a football manager styled game.
Espresso Games may not be the first name you think of when it comes to software developers, but if they continue to be as consistent as they are, that won’t be true for long.