WagerWorks & Chili Strike a Deal

By Debra SaundersGoogle


WagerWorks, the software department of International Game Technology (IGT), struck a deal with Chiligaming Network to host their slots on their online Chili Casino.  The Chiligaming network, a well-known portal for online gambling, holds licenses in numerous jurisdictions including France, Curacao, and Alderney, and thus will be able to offer WagerWorks software all around the world.  Chiligaming currently offers casino gaming, sports betting, and poker on their online gambling platform. 


The WagerWorks games work via a remote server.  The clients, such as Chiligaming, don’t have to bother integrating WagerWorks’ games into their existing administrative programming; they merely provide access to WagerWorks’ servers.  Any client can essentially pick or choose which WagerWorks games they want to integrate.  The Chili Casino site will offer the WagerWorks games in two versions: for real money and not for real money.


Chili Casino has already launched its first set of WagerWorks games.  Eventually, the entire portfolio of WagerWorks games will be available on the Chili platform.  Insiders are anxiously awaiting the arrival of WagerWorks’ branded games such as Monopoly, Jeopardy, Cluedo, and even Star Trek.  Chili’s slots players will be able to tap into MegaJackpots’ progressive jackpot which is currently standing at about 3,000,000 credits.


The WagerWorks developers, in addition to slots, have also provided Chili Casino will blackjack and roulette games.  All of the WagerWorks games have unique twists that are certainly worth looking into. 


IGT’s vice president of Interactive Operations, Alex Kelly, stated that due to Chili’s good history and solid player base, Chili Casino was a clear-cut choice for partnering.  He believed that Chili’s players will welcome the new WagerWorks games with open arms.  Alexandre Dreyfus, Chiligaming’s chief executive, added that the partnership with IGT will bring forth considerable growth in Europe.

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