Core Gaming

Core Gaming has been formed in 2007, and it’s a developer of HTML5 games. The company is fairly small, but it’s part of a larger group called Sky Betting & Gaming. They have about 34 slot machines currently out, and they’re partnered with a lot of big names from the industry, as you will find out below.

The company originates from UK, with offices near Birmingham. As for its main licenses, they are obtained from Alderney and UK, two excellent jurisdictions, making the company a good pick for anyone worried about safety and fairness.

Partners: the company’s partners include several of the big names around, including here Amaya, Sky Vegas, Aristocrat, William Hill, Ash Gaming, IGT, Blueprint Gaming, NextGen and Scientific Games.

Operators: the casinos and gaming sites which offer their content are among the largest providers around, at least for the online side of the market. Betfair, PaddyPower, Unibet or William Hill are only a couple of those names.

Platforms: thanks to several partnerships and deals that they’ve signed over the years, Core Gaming’s content can be found on platforms coming from multiple companies. Whether the casino is using the platform from Leander Games, OpenBet, Odobo, Quickfire, Spielo,, Amaya, NYX and several others, they will have access to the Core Gaming content.

History of Core Gaming

Core Gaming has already been around the online gaming industry for over a decade, since it was established in 2007. They are part of Sky Betting & Gaming Group.

They’ve done very well in creating a name for themselves, and they can be found at several of the biggest casinos around, they’ve partnered with multiple major platforms, and so finding their content at an online casino is not that hard of a job.

The quality of their games was recognized in 2016, at the EGR B2B Awards, when they were shortlisted to win the category Innovation in Slot Provision.


As of 2018, Core Gaming has released a total of 34 slot machines under their own name, and they are all available online at major casinos. They are built using HTML5 and that makes them easy to play on all major platforms, browsers and operating systems.

One thing I’ve noticed about the slot machines they released so far, it’s that Core Gaming doesn’t have too many titles which follow the beaten path. They tend to pick rarer themes, or they even invent new ones, and this tends to make their games more interesting. Among the slots released in the last year, the more interesting titles are Wolf on Win Street, Witch Doctor Wild, Pacific Boom and Balthazar’s Wild Carnival.

I’ve also noticed a couple of branded slot machines in their collection, which have a niche appeal, and which are a promising start. First was Evel Knievel – Road To Vegas, which was released in 2016. The second one was launched in early 2017, and it’s called Sean Kelly’s Storage Auctions, based on a popular TV series called Storage Hunters.

A lot of the games I’ve seen them release have a slightly cartoonish style to them, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, particularly since they’re well made. There are always Royals included for the low positions and themed symbols for the high ones.

From Walking Wilds, to Free Spins, Bonus Games and other features, Core Gaming relies on a good mix of options in their games, so there is some variety and they don’t get too boring.

Popular Titles

I will give you five of the extra popular titles right now, slot machines which are also promoted by the casinos where Core Gaming is present. They include Colossus Fracpot, Wildbur’s Wild Wonderland, Beehive Bedlam, Witch Doctor Wild and Rosella: Lucky Fortune.

Highest RTP Games

Their games range in terms of RTP from some which are below 94%, to the ones which are above 96%. Obviously, I’d recommend you seek out the latter ones, and I will mention them here. The slots with the highest RTP from Core Gaming, which I’d recommend, are Furballs (97.71%) and Caribbean Wild (96.33%). Most of their other releases are between 94% and 96%.