There are a couple dozen Betdigital slots available right now, with plenty more titles coming from their partners. There are also cases where they’ve worked with other companies from NYX, to create new slot machines, and that’s where I’d mention Cash Towers or King Arthur, both titles that they’ve launched in recent years with NextGen.
Incredibly popular, particularly in UK, Betdigital is available with their content at more than 30 casinos in that country alone.
Betdigital was founded in 2011, and it is a company which is part of a larger group, called NYX Gaming. It’s a developer that worked on several types of content over the years, both interactive TV and online gaming being among the things they’ve done. They specialize in the creation of slot machines, with over 20 designed so far, but there is also a major focus on software development, and offering their platform to casinos that want to integrate it.
The quality of their work hasn’t gone unnoticed, so they got awards for slots like Royal Gems or Shamrock Surprise, or nominations in 2015 as Best Multichannel Supplier, for their software.
Betdigital Casino Games Features
I’ve found mostly slot machines in the collection of games that Betdigital has built up over the years. It’s not a huge collection, they seem to have a bigger focus on the software supplier side of the business, but they do have about 20+ slot machines and 1 card game of their own. They even built a couple of slots in collaboration with NextGen Gaming.
A couple of excellent Betdigital games of theirs, which they got awards for, include Royal Gems and Shamrock Surprise. I would also mention Abracardabra, the one card game that they designed. Among the slots that seem to be a bit more popular than the rest, I’d mention Blazin 7s, Big Spinner or Wilds Deluxe.
While the majority of their games would be classified as video slots, the Betdigital collection includes a couple of classic slots as well. You can even find a single branded release, football themed and called Savage Wilds.
I haven’t found a lot of good looking games in Betdigital’s collection. You get a couple of decent designs there, and I would mention Magnificent 8, or slots like King Arthur and Cash Towers, where they’ve collaborated with other companies. Mostly though, it’s a mix of slots with dated graphics and often enough with even older classic themes. Even in their better games, they still have a lot of simple Royals for the lowest paying positions.
One of the things that I appreciated about the games available via Betdigital, is that their features were often above average, even for some of the slots that featured a dated design or a below average RTP. To mention some of the options available in their slots, you will find expanding wilds, re-spins, multipliers, free spins and scatters.
This is the area where I’m often not happy with Betdigital’s slots. They’re not the type to promise huge rewards, but at the same time they also have mostly low or medium volatility (it’s not always announced though). For games like Magnificent 8 you will find top payouts of 250x the stake, while Ambassador delivers up to 600x.
What I really dislike in some of their slots, is the lower RTP, sometimes as low as 94% (for Savage Wilds or Wild Jewels). There are a couple of instances where they do alright though, and among their fair titles I’d mention Ambassador (97%), Joker 10000 Deluxe, Magnificent 8 (96%) and Cash Point (95.84%). Just make sure you know the RTP of the game you’re about to play, before you start it up.