Canadian online gambling software provider Chartwell Technology has announced the release of its latest selection of new games including five slot titles and a pair of multi-player table games.
The new products are now available to licensees and represent ‘one of the most comprehensive releases in the industry for 2010', according to a company spokesman.
"Chartwell's renewed focus on its casino product is bearing fruit as the company launches the broadest mix of products and features the online casino industry has seen this year," the spokesman said.
The selection includes nine new games encompassing five slots alongside a branded table game as well as linked progressives, a local progressive and two multi-player table games.
The five slot games come from diverse developers, illustrating Chartwell's strategy of taking the best in class from the software development industry and adding this to its own proprietary software offerings.
The releases include the four-level mystery Agent Max Cash progressive as well as a trio of proven slots from Astra Games Limited and a 100-line offering from Ash Gaming.
The firm has also premiered Jackpotopolis, which is a player-driven take on linked progressives offering a pair of jackpots targeted at two different player segments, along with an industry-first multi-currency local progressive that permits clients to configure their own games and prizes including multiple currencies in the same prize pot.
To complete the new releases, Chartwell has added a trio of table games including the industry's first Flash-based multi-player blackjack and baccarat games while leveraging another third-party relationship to compliment its offering with Texas Hold 'Em Bonus.
"This is not only Chartwell's largest release in terms of total number of games in two years, it is also the most comprehensive release the industry has seen this year," said Dan Phillips, Chief Executive Officer for marketing subsidiary Chartwell Games International Limited.
"Chartwell's focus on innovation delivered through regular quarterly software releases allows licensees the ability to attract, retain and expand their player bases as well as drive new revenues through the introduction of new gaming products."