- Average casino rating3.3/ 7676 votes / 2 casinos
Who is Lionline?
“Providing Fun” is this German provider’s self-proclaimed claim to fame. There’s a bit of a back story with this company. It’s actually a subsidiary of Loewen Play GmbH, a highly recognized slot machine and arcade game provider in Germany. In order to venture into the online market, Loewen bought all assets belonging to a company called KGR-Entertainment, an online software provider for casinos like now closed Jolly Seven. All operations running on KGR software were shut down and Loewen founded Lionline to power brands like Lapalingo. They immediately got to work on the software and gathering all the certifications required to get it off the ground.
Today their services include software development, custom game design as well as the provision of content, support and payment systems on their own platform known as ‘Cage’.
The games portfolio contains a selection of slots, scratchcards and several variations of blackjack and roulette. The products include 3D graphics across titles like Sweet Honey, Rise of Napoleon, Treasure Island, Dracula, New Crazy Seven, Mega Wheels, Triple X, Glamour Gems, Lucky Unicorn and Hot Wheels. The design of the games looks similar the work of Novomatic.
Slot game features include all the basics like wilds, scatters and bonuses but do not have any unique bonuses. On the other hand, they’ve integrated games from 3rd party providers like NetEnt and Microgaming, which do have patented in-game features, into their platform.
Getting Down to Brass Tacks
This software has quite a way to go to catch up to the big dogs in terms of graphics, themes and overall variety of games.
At the moment, LCB has 2 casinos listed with a general rating of 3.3 of a possible 5 after 76 total votes. Also, of the 0 slots that we’ve reviewed, you’ve given those an overall rating of 0.0, also out of 5, after a total of 0 votes.
Lionline has partnered with white label provider Rabbit Entertainment Ltd, which is licensed in Malta.
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