This private gaming company was established in 2002 and headquartered in Berkshire, England. This company now has offices in Gibraltar but is still essentially a British software company. It has anywhere between around fifty and one hundred full time employees as well. Accordingly, this company has had decades of various relevant experience in the gaming industry. Realistic Games has professional experience as game designers, game operators, and even as game players of other products. With all of these employees and diverse experienced backgrounds, Realistic Games saw fit to include an appropriate mission statement that matches their in-house talents: “We exist to make great games for players. We do this by being agile, innovative and disruptive.” In fact, Realistic Games is very proud of how much of its product is “in-house.” Realistic Games has its own platform and owns it Intellectual Property. Generally speaking, Realistic Games only outsources for voice-overs and translation matters.
This game grew to prominence in a relatively moderate amount of time. Only a few years after its creation, Realistic Games started launching new games using third party providers that specialised in gaming platforms. Specifically, in the four-year span between 2005 and 2009, Realist Games launched a relatively smaller amount of games on these platforms, so that it could focus on quality versus quantity. Overall, Realistic Games does not seemingly have a diverse library compared to other big-name developers in the gaming business, but there are higher quality games that appeal to the gamers. As for slot games though, Realistic Games’ library consists of a few hundred slots. Right now, some of its popular slot games include Crystal Clear, Big Wheel, Jackpot Cherries, and Hot Cross Bunnies, Loadsabunny. During the four-year span mentioned above, some its gaming company customers included Ladbrokes, Bet Fred, Bet Victor, Bet365, Sporting Bet, and Stan James. Realistic Games also released FOBT content, specifically for Ladbrokes, for Sazka (Czech).
As the company grew and new technology and information became available, Realistic Games changed how they provided content to its providers. Importantly, Realistic Games recognised that there many types of challenges and restraints, such as distribution issues and intellectual property concerns, so it sought to better its future by not solely providing content using only third-party providers. In 2008, Realistic Games started to put together a team of technological experts and, by 2011, developed “ReGal,” which stands for the Realistic Gaming Library. ReGal is a remote games server that helped to efficiently streamline the distribution of Realistic Games’ online content to its customers. Once it was developed, ReGal was almost immediately put into its use and allowed for Realistic Games to maintain its game algorithms and main functionality on its own personal servers that are in-house. Subsequently and using the ReGal platform, Realistic Games started making games in HTML5 for the various mobile casinos worldwide. In addition, Realistic Games even started revamping older games in the new form of code to effectively maximise the efficiency of the older games on the mobile platforms it was now using more frequently. Because of its constant efforts to make mobile gaming a pleasant experience for the gamers, Realistic Games has produced several high-quality games as a result, such as the Pentagram and Time is Money games.
Realistic Games recently jumped into a new form of gaming that has become increasingly popular in this modern age, which is 3D gaming. The first 3D game that Realistic Games created was called Black Ice, a video slot game type, and it allowed for the player to interact in a 3D environment. This game, Black Ice, was a starting point in the 3D realm and it provided the evidence that the company needed to continue forward into the path of 3D gaming. Realistic Games quickly noticed the large potential that 3D gaming had to offer, and ultimately sought out to create new development in this field. Subsequently in July 2018, Realistic Games expanded their product portfolio by creating a 3D table game called “Realistic Roulette.”
Realistic Roulette was Realistic Games first game that was developed using WebGL, as opposed to HTML5 or even Flash. Unlike its American version of roulette, the Realistic Roulette has an added special feature that it offers to its players which makes it standout from other roulette games. Realistic Roulette allows for the game players to explore a 3D developed environment. This exploration of the environment provides the player a much more immersive experience while playing the game. This means that the players can look around the environment and change the entire view of the gaming landscape at their own discretion. Realistic Roulette lets its players pan the camera however he or she chooses, and it changes his or her perspective accordingly. This game is available to players on mobile devices, tablets, and computers too. In addition, many of Realistic Games slot games, or otherwise, are available in a nerved down demo format online, so that players can try a variety of the products without having to adventure into an online casino.
Despite Realistic Games not being new in the field of gaming, it is continuing to develop its portfolio and its brand across the globe. Realistic Games’ library, which feels both nostalgic and modernised, and its own resume have allowed the company to be able to provide gaming products to major players in the gaming industry, such as Gala Coral, Gala Bingo, Paddy Power Betfair, and even GVC Holdings. Moreover, GVC Holdings even recently announced a new deal with MGM resorts, which will ultimately result in having some of the games coming to the United States markets at some point in time. Importantly, it seems that Realistic Games understands that, instead of supplying its gaming software directly to remote gambling operators, it can host its very own games on its own private servers, and have its players simply access them through casino websites. This systematic has seemed to be profitable to Realistic Games so far and it seems likely that the company will keep building its brand and will continue to land larger partnership deals in the near future.