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Samurai Master Online Slot Machine Coming Soon to JP
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10 February 2014

There was a great deal of anticipation about the upcoming release of an online slot called Samurai Master which would be arriving at Jackpot Party Casino in October and then when it finally arrived, there was no real party to actually celebrate the launch. It was as though this new slot had crept in through the back door, without all the usual commotion which is stirred up when a new slot is released here.

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How has WMS gaming done in the last 18 months with the new online games
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28 March 2012

The short answer is that this software provider has done very well indeed and the reason they have done so well isn’t down to pure coincidence.

WMS Gaming software can be found exclusively at Jackpot Party casino (which is a wholly owned subsidiary of WMS) and the games are only accessible to UK based players. This cutting edge online casino is fully licensed in the Channel Island licensing jurisdiction of Alderney and although there are many player location restrictions, they have still managed to acquire a huge fan base from within the UK.

Since WMS Gaming first launched their non-downloadable (Flash-based) casino platform in 2010, the software company has gone from strength to strength and has continued releasing their latest games on a regular basis, leaving them with the impressive catalogue of games that they have today.

WMS Gaming have acquired several licenses that has allowed them to develop branded name games which are generally slots, such as Star Trek™, I Love Lucy™, The Lord of the Rings™, Bruce Lee™ and The Wizard of Oz™, to mention just a few.

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A History of WMS Gaming
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27 February 2011

WMS Gaming started out its life when Harry Williams founded the company in 1943. At that time, the company was known as Williams Manufacturing Company. Harry Williams changed the way that pinball machines were designed by introducing a new mechanism allowing the machines to tilt for a better gaming experience. This changed the future of the game in the USA.

This set a president for the company in future years, and they ventured into the computer gaming market in the 1980s where they developed games for video arcade games. Then in 1991, the company began producing video lottery terminals under the company name Willliams Gaming.

After the success of the video lottery games, Williams Gaming as the company was known at the time, launched their first video poker game, which was a sensation. This led them to start producing casino slot machines in 1994 which were housed in casinos all over America. In 1999, the company changed name again to WMS Gaming, as it is now known.

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