Aussie gaming market may need some more relaxed regulation, but it definitely holds a great potential. This is not only embodied in the number of people interested in the pastime, but more importantly in the quality of gaming providers and developers based in the country. One such company is Aristocrat, a famous software developer with decades of experience and offices throughout the world – in Australia, Asia, Africa, Europe, North & South America.
The company boasts some 2000 staff members, all high-skilled professionals, who have made this company what it is today – a software developer known for its quality solutions, visionary developments, pioneer initiatives and responsibility towards the general community as well as its customers.
Although it’s best known for its traditional offering of technology and services for land-based customers, Aristocrat always strives to keep step with time and with that in mind it has gone online and started offering its services to the internet community.
Well known for its slots, this software developer has converted many of its popular titles, adorned with superb graphics and audio effects, to the online environment. Aristocrat slot games such as 50 Lions, Zorro, Queen of the Nile and Where’s the Gold, but also a number of live games, have immediately kicked off well with punters, and an increasing number of operators in regulated markets seem to be interested in them.
The games are available in two ways: they can either be directly integrated into an online casino platform or they can be reached via Aristocrat’s remote gaming server, developed in partnership with Game Account Network. The latter, dubbed nLive solution provides land-based operators with a turnkey solution that will enable them to offer their services in a ‘virtual casino’ online, where players can enjoy their favorite games in fun play mode.
Then, there’s nLiveLinks, which enables the users of Aristocrat’s Oasis 360 casino management system in North America to link their land-based and online operations, providing them with the opportunity to manage player rewards accounts across both platforms and promote their venue(s) through genuine online marketing offers.
Finally, as the popularity of mobile gaming grows, Aristocrat is taking advantage of this gaming branch as well, and so far it has launched a number of play-for-fun apps for iPhones and iPads. The first titles it launched included Sun and Moon, Imperial House, Dragon Emperor, Geisha, 5 Dragons, and Wicked Winnings II, but more are being added regularly.
As a software developer which provides its services in regulated markets, Aristocrat had to comply with stringent laws, regulations, and codes of practice. Its Compliance Program is backed by the Board - a Regulatory Compliance Committee which makes sure every step the company takes is in line with the best practices and following personal and sensitive data protection.
In addition, the company dedicates special attention to responsible gaming, and this is particularly noticed in the fact that it’s a member of the American Gaming Association, the Gaming Technologies Association of Australia and a key supporter of the Australian Gaming Council. Aristocrat is also known to design and deliver, through its Swedish subsidiary, ACE Interactive, the software and infrastructure for a jurisdiction networked ‘player pre-commitment and self exclusion’ solution.
With all this in store, Aristocrat’s in for a bright future and it will surely be able to adapt to whatever novelty the times to come bring on its way.
12th of March 2014
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