While the majority of the online slots we play are from a handful of dominant companies such as Playtech, Microgaming and Net Entertainment, more and more smaller operators are elbowing their way into this industry.
Bluberi Gaming Technologies is one such company which has been around for a while but which from our experience has had a limited impact online. There’s a good reason for this and that’s because Bluberi is better known for producing physical machines for bricks and mortar casinos.
If you’re in the UK or Europe then the name may still be unfamiliar to you because this company is largely focused on the American market. It also operates in in Latin America and Canada and is in fact headquartered in Quebec so if you’re from Europe, Australia or anywhere else for that matter don’t expect to have heard of this outfit.
Burglin’ Bob was the first online slot we played from this company and it’s an almost direct conversion from the popular physical machine. The only real difference is that while the physical game features a progressive jackpot, the virtual game does not. Burglin’ Bob runs on Microgaming’s Quickfire platform and it’s available to play currently at Bet Victor.
We look forward to playing plenty more Bluberi Gaming slots in the future but we’ll have to wait like everyone else for the time being. Game such as Cray-Z Night and Conga Party look like ideal candidates for conversions to the small screen but patience is clearly the key.
Bluberi Gaming employs some 175 people in it’s Canadian headquarters so this is no small outfit and there seems to be a real commitment to producing a quality product.
External Link: www.bluberi.com
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