Rabcat produces a wide range of games, including slots, traditional table and card games and some using 3D technology. In addition to its licencing deal with White Hat casinos, it also releases games through other independent casino operators, plus a number of sports betting portals. These include such big names as Bet365, Mr Green, Unibet and William Hill. It also produces animation for other big name organisations, such as Atari, Microsoft and even Disney.
The company remains a relatively small outfit, concentrating on the production of just a few top quality casino games, rather than the mass production ethos preferred by many of its rivals. For slots, these include a few dozen main titles at the time of writing, with two or three being added to the roster in a typical year.
Some Examples of Rabcat Slots Titles
The quality is clear from first glance of any Rabcat production. Games are designed with stunning graphics and have a real emphasis on detail, rather than a budget approach offering mere fruit machine style games.
Every release conforms to these high standards. Classics like The Legend of Olympus and Forsaken Kingdom stand alongside more recent releases like Castle Builder, Gnome Wood and Robin of Sherwood. Players love the high production values, exciting game play and creative bonus features. Casino operators also love Rabcat, because they are a reliable smaller gaming software provider who can match or even surpass the quality on offer from the leviathans of the industry. This enables White Hat Gaming casinos to offer a greater variety of titles while continuing to provide the same high quality.
The company continues to grow as its games become more widely available throughout the UK market and on the continent of Europe alike. It seems likely that it will remain true to its central European roots, with no plans as yet to open development offices elsewhere in Europe, nor more widely across the world.
Of course, in this industry, a takeover by one of its big cheese rivals is always a possibility. If this were to occur, it is to be hoped that the new owners are benevolent and wise enough to let these masterful innovators continue to practice their craft unhindered by the influence of their new corporate masters.