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Omega Systems

1121 Snyder Road, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19609, US.

Omega Systems began life in 1995, founded by a diverse team of executives and software engineers. A global corporation, OMEGA provides 24/7 support from international offices in Vancouver, Lisbon, Toronto and Malta.

It has a vision of transforming the online landscape with innovative gaming products and technologies. Omega Systems acts as a software provider and supplier and prides itself on delivering ‘out of the box’ turnkey solutions.

Its enterprise-level OLTP/OLAP platform management software solutions grants tools for all operators, from online to land-based, from crypto to social.

The company’s pioneering product is its Omega Casino software. This features games with progressive options, with 1 to 25 live video and traditional slot games. It also proffers bonus jackpot slot games and extensive video poker offerings in 1, 3, 10 and 50-hand variants. These games utilize Omega Casino’s random number generator (RNG) and mathematical game models.

As well as casino software offerings, Omega Systems specializes in consumer portals, player services, transaction servers and core management systems (CMS). They boast over 250 providers dedicated to enhancing its players' experience, with no commercial agreements necessary.

Company size: 50+ employees

Key personnel:
Chief Operating Officer: Jennifer Kiritis
Vice President of Operations: Ben Tercha
Director of Client Relations: Ryan Weaver


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