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GameArt first entered the realms of online slots for real money gaming in 2013. Based in Malta, the relatively young games studio dedicated its mission to provide top-quality games and cutting-edge software solutions to online and land-based casino operators with a focus on multi-platform availability. This has guaranteed that their games are accessible from any desktop or mobile devices. In addition to that, GameArt has used the same principle on its gaming cabinets, allowing an easy transition for slot players from land-based formats to their own devices. The hard work has been honoured with a Best Digital Company of the Year award at 2018 MiGEA in Malta.
Although it may seem they are fairly new in relation to longer serving game providers, the team behind GameArt is anything but. Collectively having over twenty years’ experience in the gaming and e-gaming industry, the professional team behind GameArt has witnessed as the industry grew rapidly since the turn of the century. Their headquarters is at the heart of the iGaming world, the sunny island of Malta, but GameArt also has development offices Italy and Slovenia as well as a data centre in Taiwan. Licenses from the gambling authorities in Curacao and Italy ensure their games are offered in a variety of markets. They were also one of the first game providers to receive a licence from the PAGCOR, the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation, emphasizing their drive to become a global supplier.
Last but not least, audits by the prominent GamingLabs testing house are certifying the fairness of their games. However, they notoriously lack transparency and finding the RTP of a game is extremely difficult. Thus, we urge caution when playing any of their games.
Partnerships and collaborations with a variety of major gaming platforms such as iSoftBet, PariPlay, StakeLogic, Yggdrasil Gaming and SoftSwiss have ensured that their games are easily available for casino operators albeit mostly in so-called “grey markets” as GameArt does not have an MGA or UKGC licence. Still, GameArt’s online slot machines can be found at an abundance of casinos and online bookmakers, including bitStarz, Mr Bet, CampoBet, Malina Casino, Megapari and others.
Some of their most popular games are Castle Blood, 88 Riches, Joan of Arc, Money Farm and Spartans Legacy. Castle Blood is a vampire-themed video slot with five reels and a chilling atmosphere based on the well-known Underworld movie franchise. One of their 2018 releases is Joan of Arc, closely associated with the story of the French heroine. Intricately designed with a countryside scene of a typical battlefield from that era, the video slot has five reels, three rows and 243 ways-to-win. A novel symbol expansion mechanic, that see symbols expand the reels but not replacing the present symbols, provides massive win potential. That increases even further when the free spins are triggered.