The gaming industry is dominated by large companies such as NetEnt, Microgaming and Playtech. However, there are smaller gaming software designers and developers who perpetually try to make a name for themselves in this industry. One such thriving company is Big Time Gaming (BGT), which was established in Sydney, Australia in 2011 by Nik Robinson and Huw McIntosh.
It has been Robinson’s and McIntosh’s dream of developing and creating their own proprietary gaming software but the present situation prodded them to focus on innovative video slots, and a few selection of table games that can be linked or integrated with other software platforms. Presently, its software partners are OpenBet, Microgaming’s Quickfire and Playtech’s GTS. The list of the company’s enhanced gaming engine platform includes Core Gaming, NYX Gaming Group and Leander Games. The software is licensed by the UK Gambling Commission, Lotteries and Gaming Commission of Malta and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.
There is only a handful of available BTG games. The list includes 10 video slots, 4 table games and 5 reactors. Games are offered in 20 languages, and can be played in browser and download mode. Some of the games are now being developed in HTML5 for Android and iOS mobile devices in collaboration with Core Gaming.
The graphics of BTG video slots are excellent. BTG uses Mega Icons which takes up the space of 4 icons, and adds to the general excitement of video slots such as Viking Quest, Temple Quest and Temple of Fortune. Other video slots are Faeries Fortune, Gold, Feathered Frenzy, Haunted House, Golden Goals and Lucky Streak.
Reactor slots are creative games with extraordinary visual format, increasing multipliers, mini progressive jackpots and unusual 3D video features.
Big Time Gaming is a fairly new games developer that is slowly but surely winning over players with their reactor slots and mega icons. You may want to play at William Hill and Mr. Green to test out BTG’s e-games.