Gaming Realms purchased Slingo for $18 million in 2015. Since then the game has become bigger than ever. That’s right, we said Slingo! For those of you who remember the game way back when it was only available on CD-Rom. Yes, that game, slots, and bingo all in one! The game has pretty much stayed the same since its launching in 1994. Now under new ownership, the game has transformed into the future of online casino gaming, and has enjoyed a rather warm welcome too!
Also, the game is available at 2 casinos in Atlantic City. Not to mention in several online casinos too like PlaySugarhouse, Golden Nugget, and Mohegan Sun to name a few.
Staying relevant in a forever fast changing industry
As online gaming advances so must the developers. In the case of Slingo, which has been around for 24 years, the game has entirely kept up with those changing of times. Since the acquisition 3 years ago, they have brought the game to the forefront of casinos.
The slot game is only available at Bally’s & Caesars in AC, yet the game took in over 3% since 2017 of the NJ market according to MR. Collins. Imagine what the game could do if it were available everywhere in NJ. Also, the company has been exploring other innovated paths to take the game forward. For example, Simon Collins has recently expressed great interest in mass multiplayer platforms. Now, this could change the game in ways we have never imagined.
Slingo was super fun when it was for free, now imagine playing it and winning real money!
Slingo is now the game that has stood against the test of times and survived. Recently, Gaming Realms licensed the game to real money gaming clients like GVC Holdings. Which, will see all Slingo’s original games went live in a regulated New Jersey market. GVC CPO Liron Snir had a few words of his own about the deal.
“Slingo has had great success since its rollout on our New Jersey network. And we now look forward to offering this content to our customers worldwide. Furthermore, enhancing their player experience.” So remember the name, because it looks like Slingo is here to stay. We look forward to what’s next for the game as it continues advancing with time.