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Betsoft currently vie with NetEnt as the true kings of online slots. While they do not produce slots in the same quantities as NetEnt, and certainly not as many as Microgaming or Playtech, what they do produce in terms of slots is most definitely cutting edge. Their 'Slots3' and 'ToGo' software solutions provide some of the best and most entertaining slots games going for both desktop and mobile casinos, so when Betsoft do announce a new title, it's certainly an event to be celebrated.

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Learn here about Betsoft Slots

Like their main rivals NetEnt, Betsoft have been around for a long time, but it's only over the last few years that they've risen to become regarded as one of the best online slots manufacturers around.

The company began life in 1999, and were initially based in Cyprus. They made a few software titles, mainly concentrating on table games, but they were not successful in a market that at the time was dominated by Microgaming and Playtech. The company struggled a little to get by, and during this time moved their headquarters from Cyprus to the online gambling hotbed of Malta.

Betsoft get their 3D glasses on

Betsoft looked for a new slots angle and their went for broke to develop 'Slots3' – a complete software platform that allowed them to create slots that had stunning, '3D' cinema-standard animation and plenty of unique and colourful features, Betsoft did not ignore the importance of playability either, and made sure their games were developed beyond the standard model of wilds, scatters and tame 'pick the right box' bonus games.

The company also experimented with a 3D poker game where a player played head-to-head with a virtual computer opponent in a '3D style' environment. This game has not proven to be a success, with committed casino poker players complaining that the game is too slow.

In 2012 Betsoft were quick to realise the potential that mobile channels offered to online gambling, and created another specialized software platform, ToGo. This software system enabled all of Betsoft's top slots titles to be ported to mobile platforms, and in particular iOS, Android and even Windows Phone devices. The ToGo system is pretty unique as the mobile versions of Betsoft's slots do not lose a thing in translation to mobile platforms.

Betsoft lose their licence!

Just when it looked as if things could not become any rosier for Betsoft, in July 2014 the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) announced the suspension of Betsoft's casino licence. Betsoft's parent company, Digitus Limited, were the ones issued with the suspension notice. As a result, many of Betsoft's casino partners with Alderney licenses – such as Mr Green and 7Red – were forced to pull Betsoft's titles from their casino offerings.

It never truly emerged why Betsoft's licence was suspended, but the AGCC stated that the suspension was issued under 'Regulation 90' had been violated, which says that such a suspension is issued as “an eGambling licensee or a certificate holder is no longer a fit and proper person to hold the eGambling licence or certificate.”

Betsoft have never had their Alderney licence returned, but they've managed to continue to provide casino content via a Curaçao licence instead. The Curaçao eGaming regulator is known to be less stringent that Alderney, but casinos that offer Betsoft slots are not as numerous as casinos offering those from Microgaming, NetEnt or Playtech as a result of this licence loss.

A handful of Betsoft's top slots

Since the advent of their 'Slots3' platform, Betsoft have continued to push the envelope when it comes to their slots output. Their complete range includes over 150 top online slots, and virtually every single one of them possesses the potential to keep slotty punters entertained for hours. Here we pick three games that we think are among the very best that Betsoft has to offer.

Good Girl Bad Girl

Good Girl Bad Girl

This great looking game is truly unique as there are two ways to play – either for the potential of lots of small wins, or to be more risky and win big but less often. If you're the kind of person who can't make their mind up then don't worry as you can play both ways at once! The stars of this game are two lovely looking ladies – one a scantily-clad angel, the other a sexily-attired devil. This game has so many bonuses you'll feel good being a slots bad ass while playing it!



There had been slots before based on this ancient and popular fairy tale, but the arrival of Betsoft's slot soon kicked all the 'lesser' versions into oblivion. The graphics used in this game are simply breathtaking, especially when transitioning between different bonus features. The only thing that concerns us – Pinocchio himself seems just as delighted to turn into a puppet as he does into a real boy!

Under the Bed

Under The Bed

This is a bit of a 'sleeper' slot – no pun intended. While not as popular as Good Girl Bad Girl or Pinocchio, Under the Bed is just as amazing a game, and the graphics are super cool. In this slot, siblings Jessie and Jane are beset by monsters creeping out of closets and – of course – from under the bed. This game has great side games as well, including one in which the bro and sis combo get the chance for revenge!

Betsoft – more please!

We only have one criticism about Betsoft, and that they don't release enough titles! Since the appearance of the gorgeous-looking Pinocchio in February 2015, Betsoft only released three more slots – Event Horizon (thankfully not based on the terrifying horror movie of the same name), Mega Glam Life and Weekend in Vegas – over the next sixth months. While it's true that almost every single Betsoft release is well worth the wait, we really wish that the slots world did not have to wait so long for each new title.