UK-based Wagermill is another long-established games developer that is not really well-known because their games are hosted on Microgaming’s Quickfire platform. In 2014, they merged with Australian software supplier Games Lab to form GECO Gaming. They remained separate entities with offices in London, UK and Sydney, Australia. Combining their creative forces, they are on a mission the design a broad range of attractive real money based slot games in Flash and HTML5 formats. This will allow players to enjoy their games on any desktop or mobile device.
Both companies hold licenses from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission, while Wagermill also secured one from the UK Gambling Commission, thus giving them access to many regulated markets.
They are not stuck to one specific game genre, in fact, they work on both traditional and original games for a market that is growing exponentially every year and becoming more discerning in its gaming choices. People working within the GECO Gaming group are extraordinarily talented, dedicated technical and creative individuals who aim to capture excitement and exhilaration all of their games, giving players an unforgettable online casino experience.
Games from Wagermill are currently listed on some reputable casino sites including SlotsMillion, LadyLucks, Mansion Casino and Videoslots. As a UK developer they also made inroads at some of the local bookmakers such as Bet365 and Paddy Power. A prime example of one of Wagermill’s creativity has to be Sunshine Reef. Powered via the Microgaming Quickfire platform, the has a beautiful artistic underwater theme in a 5×3 game window with nine pay lines. The aim of the game is to land treasure chest scatters to trigger the bonus game where players can choose from three chests to unveil wins of up to 250 times their bet. Their signature feature is though the “lines pay anywhere” mechanic which pays wins for minimum three symbols starting from any reel as long as they are on an active pay line.