- Games Warehouse
- United Kingdom
- Mobile Games
- Browser Games
- Desktop Software
- Average Payout
Ever since their foundation in 2012, UK-based Games Warehouse has managed to make a name for themselves by carving a niche in the market for pay-to-play video games or better known as SWP (skills with prize) terminals. Virtually anyone in the UK going to a pub and bar will have seen their terminals or experienced first-hand their fun video games. The high quality and robust software have seen the company growing in a very short period to become a major supplier in the UK.
Focusing on creativity, entertainment and broad availability has allowed Games Warehouse to reach millions of players as well as countless mobile and online operators. Interconnected terminals allow them to hold countrywide or networkwide tournaments where players compete against each other to top the leader board and take home a share of the cash prize pools. For those looking for a change of scenery, a tournament on their inter-connected games with a top prize of £1000 is certainly an option to consider.
By securing licenses from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission, the company has proven to operate to the highest levels in security and integrity of the games. The partnership with Philadelphia Entertainment Network further increased the popularity due to the leading role of the entertainment company in providing music and interactive TV solutions to bars, pubs and restaurants.
The first slots from Games Warehouse appeared at online casinos in 2015 via the Leander platform. Some of their most popular games include Card Raiders, Birdz, The Baron and Raiders of the Lost Quiz. Most games are grid or reel slots with collector features where players need to gather symbols to trigger specific bonus features or reel modifiers. Opening some of the games for the first time, players will soon find out that many are based on quizzes and game shows. Many TV viewers will find themselves in a deja-vu moment as some of the games have been developed under license from popular TV shows such as Deal or No Deal, Tipping Point and A Million Pound Drop.
Their progress at online casino is ongoing with more operators starting to list the games on their sites. Most prominent are brands such as Videoslots, Casino Luck, Fruity Casa, Betsafe, William Hill and Sky Vegas.