Any Casinos that have run MG,RTG,Playtech?

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paul02085

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I was wondering if there are any casinos that have used all 3 of the above software programs during their existence?

Maybe some old timers will know if any have. I can remember quite a few who have used 2 of the 3 but cant think of any who have used all 3. Some of the ones who have used 2 are, I think:

English Harbor- MG, RTG
Geisha/Grand Aces- MG, RTG
Golden Palace- MG, Playtech
Sunny Group- MG, Playtech
King Solomon- MG, RTG
Twin Aces- RTG, Playtech
 

paul02085

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satori said:
2 more: Phoenician and Nostalgia used to be RTG and now are MG
Yeah, i forgot about that. Only example i can think of where a casino switched to MG instead of away from MG.
 

chuchu59

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I would be interested to know whether there is any casino that have switched from Playtech to MG or RTG or even Crypto for that matter.
 

caruso

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The are some errors in the list:

English Harbour went from Microgaming to OddsOn.

Golden Palace went first from Microgaming to Cytech, then bottomed out at Playtech.

Solomon also had Cytech as a stepping stone between Microgaming and RTG.

So yes, there are at least two that have used at least three software platforms: Solomon and Golden Palace.
 

lovetogamble

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Does anyone remember what type of software Vegas USA first was before they switched to MG? I remember it had a green background and a slot game I just loved. I've never see another casino with that type of software then or now.
 

paul02085

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caruso said:
The are some errors in the list:

English Harbour went from Microgaming to OddsOn.

Golden Palace went first from Microgaming to Cytech, then bottomed out at Playtech.

Solomon also had Cytech as a stepping stone between Microgaming and RTG.

So yes, there are at least two that have used at least three software platforms: Solomon and Golden Palace.

Re English Harbor, I dont know where i got RTG from, but what my question was are there any casinos who have used specifically RTG, MG and Playtech?
 

amandajm

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lovetogamble said:
Does anyone remember what type of software Vegas USA first was before they switched to MG? I remember it had a green background and a slot game I just loved. I've never see another casino with that type of software then or now.
They had 2 versions. 1 was Grand Virtual and another was proprietary if I recall.
 

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