Ladbrokes Casino Signs Up With IGT

Posted on December 20th, 2012

Ladbrokes Casino, which we have been working with for many years and rate highly, have just announced that they are going to be including a whole new selection of games from no other than IGT (Las Vegas based International Games Technology) who are behind many of the blockbuster slots you will recognise from many land based casinos- titles such as Cleopatra and Davinci Diamonds for example).

At the moment, Ladbrokes uses the Microgaming platform (another excellent developer) to power its games. They will continue to do so, but will now offer games from multiple manufacturers, a strategy that other casinos like Virgin have already adopted in order to give their players more choice.

Las Vegas-based IGT informs us that Ladbrokes will soon feature over 120 of its online and mobile casino games including Star Trek: Against All Odds, Monopoly Plus and Elvis: A Little More Action.

This partnership will see  2 of the planet’s most successful gaming companies working together. Other titles coming Ladbrokes’ way include the Da Vinci Diamonds Slot, Pixies of the Forest and Wolf Run. all the games will be powered by IGT’s remote gaming server (RGS) technology.

Exciting stuff, particularly for slots and roulette players!

Ladbrokes have also just relaunched their popular £5 FREE No Deposit Bonus Promotion, where you can sign up and play with free money on the house. Click HERE for the review.

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