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GECO Gaming

GECO Gaming was created as a result of the fusion of two internet casino software developers, who wanted to explore new ways of supplying their content to online gambling operators on a global scale.

The company developed its own open casino platform and continues to produce advanced, feature rich casino games that appeal to a wide range of player demographics. Like most iGaming software producers, GECO Gaming focuses on slots, but the company also offers classic table games, such as baccarat or blackjack.

GECO Gaming Online and Land-based Slots

As you’ve probably already guessed, GECO Gaming doesn’t have anything to do with land-based slot machines – the company was founded in order to cater to the needs of online casino operators. This means that GECO slots aren’t available in brick and mortar gambling establishments.

The online games on the other hand are entirely browser-based and utilize Java and HTML technologies, which makes them very easy to integrate with third-party open casino platforms.

Online slots designed by GECO Gaming are also compatible with a wide range of devices, including desktop computers, smartphones and tablets.

GECO Gaming Slot Game Reviews

All the slots designed by GECO Gaming are less than 2 years old, which means that they adhere to the highest standards when it comes to sound effects and graphics.

The company doesn’t try to re-invent the wheel and follows the latest trends in designing quality video slot games, which means that GECO slots tend to combine massive amounts of bonus content with fast paced gameplay.

It’s worth pointing out that GECO games are delivered with an RGS (remote gaming server) system and are accompanied by a growing collection of slots designed by third party game development partners.

It’s worth pointing out that the current lineup of GECO proprietary slots doesn’t include any license-based games – all titles are based on original concepts, which range from lighthearted comedy to adventure or even horror.


Reception by Players

GECO Gaming is one of the newest brands to appear on the online gambling market, so it should come as no surprise that the amount of sites that offer GECO products isn’t all that impressive.

Nevertheless, GECO has already managed to sign partnership deals with several high-profile casino operators. This means that GECO slots are essentially guaranteed to get plenty of exposure over the next few months, especially on the European market.

Most Popular GECO Gaming Slot Machines

Some of the coolest GECO Gaming proprietary slots include Hex, Nauticus and 88 Coins. Hex is a three-dimensional five reel video slot with 20 pay lines and a neat Halloween theme.

The game combines spooky magical symbols with five monster bonuses, allowing you to win up to 60,000 your initial bet in a SUPER SPINS FEATURE. 88 Coins is an Asia-themed slot with five reels and 30 pay lines, which comes with free spins, wilds and a Wild Gold Lotus bonus that turns on a massive 88x multiplier.

Nauticus is an underwater-themed slot with five reels, 20 pay lines, a multi-selection bonus, free spins and a jackpot that can be claimed during a torpedo mini-game.

Company History

GECO stands for Game Engine Co-Operative and was created in 2014, when UK-Based Wagermill merged with Australia-based The Gaming Lab. The people standing behind this merger were TGL CEO Aaron Neill-Stevens and Wagermill CEO Mark Paling, who is now leading the group as the CEO of GECO.

GECO Gaming Group has offices in both London and Sydney. The company has already developed a proprietary RGS system, which allows it to offer its games via every open platform online casino willing to give their games a try.

Aside from proprietary GECO games, the RGS features content from other software developers, which include MX Digital, The Games Company and Lightning Box Games. Both Wagermill and The Gaming Lab operated under licenses issued by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.

Furthermore, Wagermill has recently managed to obtain a license from the UK Gambling Commission, while the company’s partner was undergoing the approval process at the time GECO Gaming was created.

Outlook and Latest Developments

There’s simply no denying the fact that neither Wagermill nor The Gaming Lab had a huge impact on the online gambling industry up to this point in time.

However, it seems that GECO Gaming is going to prove to be more than just a sum of its parts – as mentioned above, the group has already managed to secure partnership deals with several major online casino operators, including William Hill.

Furthermore, GECO Gaming was shortlisted for the 2015 EGR Business to Business Award in the “Software Rising Star” category in May 2015, which reflects the high expectations that most industry experts have when it comes to this new iGaming project.

Whether GECO Gaming Group actually manages to live up to those expectations remains to be seen, but it’s worth pointing out that the games they’ve brought to the table so far are looking rather impressive.