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About the Company

InBet Games is an award-winning B2B solutions provider for the betting, gaming, lottery, and amusement industries around the world.

The company was founded in 2001 in Moscow and has offices in London as well as team members in Ukraine.

Not a lot is known about the ownership or management structure, except that the company has shown solid and sustained growth for about two decades in several important verticals.

In addition to a Curacao license, their core products are certified by the world's leading testing and certification labs including BMM, GLi, and iTech Labs.

The company's games and solutions have already been deployed widely in Africa, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. They provide solutions for sports betting, gaming, amusements, and lotteries.

In recent years we see a growing presence in Africa and Latin America.

The three main areas of operations are a web-based online platform, solutions, and games. Solutions for land-based operators, and for state lotteries and lottery regulators.

A deeper look...

Online

Whitelabel and Turn-Key solution - complete casino up and running

API

(application programming interface) the company offers a full range of products that can be integrated into your website

  • Land-based Gambling
  • Self-service machines
  • Omni-channel platform
  • Game content
  • Lotteries
  • Platforms for online and retail lottery operations
  • Terminals

Software and Games

In addition to software solutions, the company also provides physical components in the industry segments where they can be used. These include terminals for gambling halls, lottery operators, and betting shops.

The core of all of their products is the Atomic multichannel platform. It is used to deliver over 600 games.

For "eCasino" gaming they provide a white label solution. FOr the player that means they basically build a complete casino for the operator who puts their brand on it, comes up with promotions, etc.

The payment system is integrated so you will have a set number of options depending on the operator's choices, the games will already be certified and the casino licensed prior to launch, and it may offer any or all of the following:

  • Sportsbook
  • Slots
  • Virtual games

Most likely, you will be dealing with site-specific customer support as we don't see that mentioned as a service to operators.

The sites can be launched in up to 15 different languages, may include over 620 slot titles, more than 30 lotteries, can be played on any device with a browser connected to the internet, and deposits and withdrawals are supported in over 50 currencies including crypto.

Visa, Mastercard, Wallet One, Payeer, and Bitcoin are probably options you will see in the cashier.

Revisiting fairness and security we find that the RNG (random number generator) games are certified for Maltese and UK regulators by iTech Labs, however, there is no UKGC license.

Licenses are held in Curacao, Lithuania, Czech Republic, and Russia. However, we are not aware of the Russian online licensing authority so that certificate may be for betting shops, lottery, or street terminal provenance or operations.

Gambling Labs International has issued GLI 15 and GLI 19 Certifications, according to company literature

BMM certifies their "real-life event betting engine" and "slot games without RNG" according to the Engish language website.

Third-party providers on the Atomic platform may include Amatic, Aristocrat, Igrosoft, NetEnt, PlayPearls, Playtech, Spinomenal, EGT, and IGT.

We must assume each of those is geo-specific and channel-specific. This reviewer would go so far as to say their web designer erred in placing the IGT logo in place of IgTech unless IGT games reside on the platform for regulated state lotteries.

The firm's betting software platforms include LIMA and InBet Virtual TV products (VProduct platform).

LIMA is used for the output of games on a laptop, nettop, and monoblocks - which we assume refers to "all-in-one" terminals or servers.

The VProduct is a unique software solution for broadcasting live sports for in-play betting, virtual games, and pre-match sports events on TV screens in your home or in a club or shop.

The product is in use in over 20,000 sports betting shops around the globe and employs over 30 virtual sports games.

Online games

The first mention we'll make about these games is that we were not able to find a single clone among the dozen or so we tested. "Clones" are simply recycled slots - rather than create a new game, a studio will just create new art. Even Microgaming used to do it. It's not a wise move in today's hyper-competitive marketplace.

The games are HTML5 ready so they can be played on any mobile or desktop/laptop device. The coding allows the games to adjust to your device so they appear and function the same on any sized display screen.

The games fall into several categories with some crossover in the official portfolio. We'll combine "lottery" and some "live games" and designate virtual sports as "virtual games" along with a few other shuffles for clarity and demarcate:

  • Slot Games
  • Classic Slots
  • Table Games
  • Lottery/numbers Games
  • Virtual games

Slots

None of the games will knock your socks off with graphics, animation, or epic soundscapes. While there's nothing "wrong" with any individual element of the artwork or presentation, when taken together with what so far seem to be predictable mechanics, they present a somewhat mediocre experience.

Oldtimers can think back to the days of slots by unknown makers on a randomly chosen sports betting site and you'll have a feel for the games.

The slots come in 3-reel and 5-reel varieties with several different line counts. The most prolific are 5-line and 9-line games. You'll also find 10, 20, 25, 30, 40 line counts as well as a four-reel game with 81 ways to win.

In order to see the differences in the games, you can jump right to the paytable hit the spin button for a while to experience it.

We took one of what we assume to be the oldest titles, Dwarf's Gold and gave it a whirl. It was a fond trip back to the 1990s or perhaps early 2000s in almost every way. In that, we were not disappointed. The artwork is superior to legacy Parlay or Chartwell games, on par with a lot of Cryptologic or NextGen games of the time, with unique lighting and shading of individual elements.

The soundscape took me back to playing slots in Downtown Las Vegas in the 1980s with a little extra oomph. If you don't take it or gamble it after a win, in a few moments the sounds entrain into a cool drum beat of sorts. Big win celebrations are subdued, appropriate, and not annoying.

Some demo games couldn't be found on the server, but next, we tried Vegas Night. The game has 5 reels and 20 pay lines, low RTP +/-90%, free spins, and two wild symbols.

Landing 2, 3, 4, or 5 consecutive Bonus symbols starting on the leftmost reel award 5, 10, 20, or 60 free games respectively. All wins are doubled during the feature and retriggers are possible.

Any combination of 3 or more Wilds (red or blue) on a line pay the same as all one color but two of either color also pay.

Classic Slots

The classic slots have three reels and a single pay line, staying true to the classification.

Buffalo Spirit, as well as many other games, comes in up to three varieties - the original game, Nudge, and Deluxe.

The payouts are listed right on the game screen. There is also a help button that brings up a little more information - but it's not very helpful.

"10 Games with Special Bull Symbol" doesn't tell us much, so we spun for 20 minutes or so and had a run of okay luck on the reels but never triggered the bonus. Unwilling to report a blank, we found the game on Youtube. The bonus is hit, but the special symbol doesn't appear in the free games. Oh well.

We were able to find some very scant additional information and that was usually just the theoretical return to player percentage. For this medium volatility game, it is an abysmal 90%

Table games

InBet offers a few games like roulette, blackjack, Sic Bo, and house-banked poker.

Blackjack - I didn't take the time to examine what sort of rules would create a theoretical RTP of 92% becasue that's enough to simply caution against playing the game. Could this be one of their "slots without a random number generator"? Possibly. There could also be side bets that factor into that number.

Roulette

The RTP of this game is stated as 97.3% which is proper for true odds and a single zero. The main game is billed as "live roulette' which seems to mean "auto". The games is always designated as "betting" or "playing". There are no wheel physics or ball physics, it's purely an animated affair with 45 seconds between spins that seem to take about that long as well.

Lottery

Here we find a variety of numbers games such as bingo, keno, money wheel, etc. Nothing jumped off the page at us and we didn't analyze the keno paytables for the RTP of certain bets. Play up to 10 numbers per round and as many as 50 games per round.

Virtual games

Virtual sports games are fun and give hardcore punters something to do when the current live game in-plays are not to their liking or when there is no live contest happening. All of the parameters are similar and the games can be played "blind" by volatility junkies look for a long shot as well.

We're not sure exactly how their game engines work here but the theoretical RTP is not good for players. We don't see these titles replacing anything from 1x2, Kyron, or LEAP now or in the future. But they can be fun to play in their own way.

The Final Analysis

InBet Games offers a complete package of solutions for state lotteries, betting shops, and online operators. The products are a bit different than we find from most seasoned developers, but they have their place and will find eager players in certain markets.

We expect to see them expand brand awareness or at least game exposure with continued distribution and other partnerships. AGames (BOSS), Salsa Technology (LATAM), Wazdan (on the Atomic platform) EvenBet (poker on the platform), Vivo (on the platform), and others. Even if you don't become aware of the developer's brand name, it's becoming more and more likely you'll get a chance to play on their product.

Our favorite games were the "time one" slots with sharp and more modern graphics. We don't expect the labs to create bonus mechanics like NetEnt or Quickspin, nor artwork and narrative equal to that of Foxium - but the games certainly have a place in and outside of the CIS.

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