CryptoLogic Moves into Sports BettingPublished January 6, 2010
Ireland-based online gaming developer CryptoLogic signs a multi-year betting contract to license 5 betting games to BetClic.
The software gaming company synonymous with world-class games such as 20,000 Leagues, Area 21, Atlantic City Blackjack, Batman and many more has just moved closer to the profitable sports betting realm.
To many in the online gaming world, CryptoLogic needs no introduction. This powerhouse of gaming launches more than 20 new games a year and includes player favorites such as Spider-Man, Jenga, King Kong and Call of Duty.
Diversifying their portfolio
BetClic is the latest flirtation that CryptoLogic has in its sites. This giant of online sports betting has 1.5 million customers and over 40 bookmakers. And if the signs are right, their union is going to be a money-spinner galore.
Cryptologic moves into sports betting
For a long established online casino software provider, Cryptologic, is now on the verge of entering the lucrative sports betting realm. BetClic - part of French giant Mangas - is a major European online sports betting gaming enterprise. The company is thrilled to have a minimum of 5 games licensed to them via CryptoLogic.
DC Comics, Paramount Digital Entertainment
Presently CryptoLogic is home to a plethora of world-famous DC Comics characters including the caped crusader Batman. But it's the 'Up, Up and Away' calling of the invincible Superman that has fans of CryptoLogic abuzz.
From Paramount Digital Entertainment, it's Forrest Gump and Braveheart that will be streaming into online casinos. With such iconic brands being affiliated with CryptoLogic, it's no wonder that this Irish software giant continues to win the crowds over.
But there's plenty more such as Just Vegas (enjoy 4 Sin City games in 1), Fumi's Fortune (a fast-paced Japanese game), Perfect Pairs Blackjack (an exciting Blackjack variant), Sic-Bo (ancient Chinese gambling games) and others that CryptoLogic provides to its growing player base.