ProgressPlay

 

Progress Play is an online casino software company which specializes in producing phone friendly casinos for its operator clients. It is therefore often referred to as a “white label” producer, in that it designs the site templates that other operators use to set up their own casinos “off the shelf”.

What prospective casino operators get is reliable, smooth running software which enables them to get their casino up and running quickly and efficiently, with the minimum fuss and at the lowest cost. Progress Play sites are optimised for play on smaller devices like mobiles and tablets, which is where the majority of online gaming now takes place.

This is all very well, but what do the players get? Well you can expect to find an excellent range of games on these casinos, with NetEnt naturally on top of the bill. Progress Play have signed a comprehensive licencing deal with the company, so all their clients’ casinos can have access to titles from the number one gaming software company on the planet. All Progress Play powered casinos carry a selection of the best NetEnt games, together with other top notch designers. In fact, licencing deals have been signed with a total of around twenty of the best gaming software providers.

This software firepower means that you can be sure that there will be a great range of games to play whenever you play at a member of this family of casinos. This always includes a superb range of slots, including a variety of progressive jackpot options. There is also always a comprehensive selection of table games. This means that traditional casino game fans will find all the main games, such as Baccarat, Blackjack, Poker and Roulette, available in a variety of standard video formats. The Live Casino is also always well stocked on any Progress Play title. Extreme Live Gaming are Progress Play’s licenced live studio providers, so you can be sure of the most realistic gaming experience possible, even on your mobile.

Finally, you also get a great range of other games. These include a selection of scratch cards, plus other formats, such as Bingo, Keno and Lotto.

Payment options on Progress Play sites are also extensive, so you can always find a way to play which is convenient for you. These include Visa and MasterCard, Neteller, Skrill and Paysafecard, plus a multitude of newer payment alternatives, such as ecoPayz, iDeal and Trustly. You can also Pay by Phone, although an additional fee is charged for using this option. On the downside,

Progress Play are one of the casino brands which apply limits to the amounts you can cash out. Withdrawals are limited to a maximum of £3,000 per week and £6,000 per month. Progressive jackpot wins and some VIP players may be exempt from these restrictions.

Progress Play is licenced to operate in the UK market via the Malta Gaming Authority. This means that all its licenced casinos are fully regulated by the UK Gambling Commission, and are therefore considered safe to play for players based within the United Kingdom.

The company was founded in 2010. It released its first operating casino in 2012 and soon found its niche when it finalised its popular phone friendly template. This format remains popular with both operators and players alike. Progress Play is headquartered in London, not far from Liverpool Street railway station, where it employs around fifty people.