Games Warehouse is a typical Englishman
Games Warehouse is a developer of slot machines for land-based casinos, pubs and bars. The company is focused strictly on the British market. Its headquarters is located in the English city of Derby. It supplies slot machines across the UK and designs online slots in accordance with global trends.
Games Warehouse was found in 2002 in Derby. In 2005 the company was acquired by Merit Industries. It became known as AMI Entertainment Network later. But Games Warehouse still operates under its own name.
Paragon – play on knowledge
The company worked out the game machine Paragon, that belongs to the category Skill With Prize. This term refers to the machine that gives a Prize for successful task performance with any Skill.
Machine Paragon incorporates to 12 games based on the format of “question and answer”, on visual and verbal puzzles. These machines can be found in nearly every English pub. Every terminal has its own set of games because the owner of the shop can choose denomination from 30 titles designed by the company.
The machine gives modest prizes from 1 to 40 pounds with an initial rate of 50 pence. Many games on the terminal give out jackpot of 50 pounds for the same amount of the first payment.
Games Warehouse has sold 10, 000 terminals during 5 years after the Paragon was released. It is an impressive figure considering that the company employs a little more than 30 persons. 10,000 sold slots is a significant milestone for many large corporations.
Game Warehouse slot machines.
Game Warehouse designs not only the brand Paragon but also the usual slots based on “the pursuit of success” principle. One can play them in land-based halls, computer and mobile platforms.
All the slots are provided with:
- UK Gambling Commission license;
- Alderney Gambling Control Commission license;
- NMi Metrology & Gaming limited certificate of test passing.
Those documents confirm that the players' interests are protected and the slots work honestly.
Particular qualities of the Games Warehouse slots.
Slot machines are designed in business traditions. They are five-reel machines with usual subjects. For instance, you can pay attention to the following:
- Egyptian Gold – Egyptian motives;
- Gold Strike – Wild West.
Both the slots have medium quality graphics but have exciting bonuses. For example, Gold Strike has three-level bonus game and additional game for a chance that allows winning up to 300, 000 coins.
Other slots have not only intriguing bonuses but pleasant 3D-graphics. For instance, Spinner Takes All machine has 3D leading Buzz that accompanies the players in a series of bonus games.
Games Warehouse partners
Many of the games the Paragon offers are named after the popular television shows, such as Deal or No Deal. Accordingly, Games Warehouse is a partner of TV-company Endemol host of the show.
Games Warehouse slots can be seen on the casino sites:
- Paddy Powers;
- William Hill.
Also Games Warehouse cooperates with BBC Worldwide using the Brand Match of the Day for its football quiz.