Pariplay Limited is a company that is registered in Gibraltar, holding a Remote Gambling License from that jurisdiction, along with a license for the UK market from the local Gambling Commission. It’s also a company which covers several channels, offering systems and games which require Real Money. The services and products offered by Pariplay get offered to clients which operate at an international or national level. Additional services are offered to land-based casinos.
Pariplay’s offer is a complete one, and while they have their own collection of casino games, their bigger focus appears to be on offering the back-end solutions which would allow operators to run gaming sites. They pride themselves with a modular solution, which can be used as needed, with some elements removed if that’s what the client wants.
History of Pariplay
Pariplay Limited was founded in 2010 and it’s a subsidiary for GMS Entertainment Ltd. As it’s often the case with new companies, we don’t have a lot of information on what they’ve been doing the first couple of years. In 2013, they signed one of their first partnerships, with Majesco Entertainment, from US, followed by others with 888 Holdings and then an agreement with Atari, to create a custom iGaming platform. The same agreement had Atari’s branded titles appearing in the Pariplay network.
Several other partnerships followed, with Intralot USA, C3 Entertainment and PadiWin. Some of these were for branded games, and in 2014 they got the rights to the Three Stooges brand.
Pariplay launched Fusion in 2016, which is their aggregation technology for gaming content. That was also the year when they signed on Betconstruct and Evolution Gaming, the former to use their games, and the latter to offer live dealer tables through them.
In May 2016, Pariplay has relocated its main offices to Gibraltar, after obtaining the gaming license in that jurisdiction. They also signed some important partnerships, with iSoftBet and Microgaming.
As of mid-2017, Pariplay has an Alderney issued gambling license as well. Since then, they’ve continued their expansion, launching new games both for them and Atari and signing new partnerships.
In June 2017, they won an award for Mobile Gaming Software, at EGR B2B 2018, which was a clear recognition of the quality of their mobile platform.
Though only 40+ slot machines have been offered by Pariplay directly so far, I’ve been impressed with the quality of their games and the themes which they’ve used. In some cases, we’re talking about games from Atari which are exclusive to Pariplay, titles like Black Widow, Asteroids and Star-Raiders falling into that category. In other cases, you’re going to discover branded games, and a good example of that would be The Three Stooges: Disorder In The Court, while another is Sharknado.
Generally, I expect to find good looking slot machines in the Pariplay collection, but nothing that would truly impress me. They’re all very enjoyable and usually above average designs, sometimes only with themed symbols, other times with Royals as well.
They’re going to be fun to play, thanks in part to the features which are provided. I haven’t noticed real innovation or even rare features being used, so expect to find the usual wilds, free spins, multipliers or bonus games.
The list of popular games from Pariplay includes several slot machines which are branded, along with a mix of common themes. For the former category, I’d mention Sharknado and Atari Pong, while in the latter there is Luxor and Rio Fever.
Highest RTP Games
While there are things that have impressed me about the games which are currently offered by Pariplay, their Return to Player wasn’t one of them. The highest I’ve seen them go is 96%, and that’s available only in 3 of their slot machines. Pets, Chitty Bang and Wild Cherry will be at that point, while Luxor and Sharknado are at 95.95%. The others are much closer to 95%.