Getting to know Interactive Gaming Technology
The International Gaming Technology, more commonly known as IGT, is one of the biggest and most revered brand in the American market of lottery system development and gaming, which provides countless services that spans from the designing stage up to the development of the system, manufacturing it and even selling and distributing them to various target places which the client may have on their list. This international leading player of the industry also renders exceptional and stunning mobile and online gaming solutions in vast markets that are regulated, reliable and trustworthy.
The IGT has been involved and operating within the web-based gaming industry ever since the year 2005 even outside America. The company is extremely influential and it has constructed various bases throughout different countries which includes Rome, Las Vegas, New York, Stockholm, London, San Francisco and a whole lot more. Outside the USA, the brand has managed to set-up various offices and bases on countries like United Kingdom, Sweden, Spain, South Africa, Russia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Mexico, Estonia, China, Canada, Brazil, Australia and even Argentina.
Interactive Gaming Technology is so gigantic and awe-inspiring in the industry to the point where half of the entirety of slots existing in the US are developed and manufactured by them. Such big numbers are hard to ignore and it only means that even with the other company's slot games accumulated, they will still only be equal with IGT at best. The huge part that IGT ate up in the market resulted to over $2 Billion yearly revenue. Its achievements are also further emphasized with the fact that they are even included on the Stock Exchange of New York.
The history of Interactive Gaming Technology can be traced back to the year 1981 and from then, there were a lot of improvements and innovations that occurred before it was able to reach where it is now today. The company's famous slot games includes titles like 'Wheel of Fortune', 'Mega Bucks', 'Star Wars', 'The Amazing Race', and many more. The company also didn't hold back even when it came to table games which had allowed it to produce Blackjack variants, table poker variants, roulettes and more.