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Sheriff Gaming

sheriff gaming logo**Update: Sheriff Gaming ceased trading in early 2014 and their slots are no longer available to play.**

Despite the domination of one or two major players in the industry there are a number of smaller companies looking to make their mark.  The marketplace is largely dominated by Playtech and Net Entertainment but there’s always room for new entrants, especially if they can offer software of a similar quality.

Sheriff Gaming is one such company with an outstanding record of innovative slots; they currently have just under 40 out in the wilds of casino land, several of which we’re favourable reviewed, including Dr. Magoo’s Adventure and Amsterdam Master Plan.  The company also manufactured physical slot machines as well as other casino gaming software.

Sheriff Gaming describes itself as a leading provider of 3D slots and that’s a fair claim to make when you experience the games on offer; check out one of our reviews of the above mentioned games and you’ll get the impression that the company knows what it’s doing when it comes to three dimensional graphics and animations.

The company is based in the Netherlands and even though it’s a fairly young outfit it’s been working hard to make sure the quality of it’s slots exceeds that necessary to feature in the portfolios of a number of large online casinos.  Within the last year online operators such as ComeOn!, bet365, Betsson and Gala Coral have all signed up to use some or all of Sheriff’s slots and that looks like a good move for all concerned.

Sheriff Gaming runs it’s own progressive jackpot network and the media section of it’s website is often updated with news of a big win for one lucky player or another.  €25,000 was won on Slot of Fortune in March while almost €50,000 was landed on Bugs in April.

Sheriff Gaming is a fast-expanding company which appears to have a conveyor belt for producing addictive 3D slot machines and we’re always happy to review their latest offerings which you can see below.

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