Tain has recently announced a content deal with Genii, a content provider. Tain will add 130+ games to its portfolio thanks to this new deal, and this will expand their reach even more. Tain already has deals with several of the top software providers in the world, and they offer one of the most diverse group of games that you can imagine. This shows Tain isn't slowing down anytime soon when it comes to improving their product.
The Spin 16 Titles
What's particularly exciting about this deal with Genii is that it includes all of their Spin 16 titles. These titles were created in the past couple of years, and they are based on a revolutionary approach to slots that really brings them up to date. The problem with slots is that, even with newer video slots, the format is stuck in a time when everything had to be based on machinery. For decades, the same types of reels have been used over and over, but with touchscreens, this doesn't have to be the case. Now players can swipe in any direction to spin the reels, including spinning individual reels, in an effort to hit their winning combinations in the slots in the Spin 16 line.
The Tain Library
Genii will join a whole host of other software providers in joining Tain's portfolio. This list includes Playtech, Microgaming, IGT, BetSoft, Evolution, NetEnt and others. The Tain platform is also eCOGRA certified, and that means that they have the seal of approval from the biggest independent certification group for online gambling in the world. On top of that, they have licenses to operate in Malta, Denmark, the Isle of Man, Romania, Kahnawake and Curacao. They're also currently working on other licenses, so they definitely have their credentials in order.
The Paradigm Shift
Tain is a good example of a paradigm shift that's come full circle over the past few years. It used to be the case that an online casino would only want to hold a single software license and only offer games from one software company. However, providers like Tain have realized that casinos can retain players at a higher rate if they have a much larger selection of titles to choose from, and this strategy has worked extremely well for them so far.