Many online casino customers may not be aware of this, but not all of the software that is designed by the great online casino software companies can be used by United States-based players. In fact, one of the leaders in the industry, Microgaming, does not make its software available to U.S. customers at all. But there are companies that fill the gap, and do so quite capably.
Perhaps the most well-known and most formidable is Real Time Gaming, otherwise known as RTG, which actually designs its software specifically (though not exclusively) to handle American customers. RTG has its finger on the pulse of the American player, which means that it has convenience at the forefront of its design plan. That is why they have both the downloaded suite and the no-download (Instant Play) versions available.
If you want to download the casino, you'll have over 100 games available, and these include everything that is even remotely popular in the U.S., not to mention some offerings that add a bit of a "twist." So there will be multiple variations of blackjack, the American and European versions of roulette, and table-based player-vs.-house poker. On top of that, RTG has something that has been a staple of their existence for a number of years, which is the collection of "Real Series" slots. These are immensely popular and feature tremendous graphics.
The Instant Play version does not have as many games, but they have more than the basic lineup and enough slots to keep anyone busy.
There are other companies that have offered software for those in the U.S. market.
Rival Gaming has, in recent years, made the move into the U.S. market as well. This is an innovative company that brings great visual effects to its games. Their slots are great, but the real signature for Rival, and something they were first to the table with, is the interactive slot, known simply as the "i-Slot." One common characteristic of the i-Slot games is that they tell a story or set a situation, and the player is taken along on that journey, with the objective of solving their dilemma before the end, and hopefully taking advantage of some of the bonus opportunities that are available.
There is another company developing software to look out for, and that is Digital Gaming Solutions, more commonly known as "DGS," which supplies casino games for many sites that also offer a sportsbook that is accessible by U.S. customers. DGS does not have a downloadable suite of games but instead has an instant play casino powered by Flash that can be played right through the browser.
And by the way, we should mention that ALL of these companies have constricted mobile versions of their games, so U.S.-based customers can more easily play their favorites while they are on the go!
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