Provider: Ainsworth
Foundation: 1995
Country: Australia
Games: 100

Online casinos with Ainsworth online slots

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Ainsworth is an IT company that was called after its founder. This man was among the first entrepreneurs who became actively engaged in promoting slot machines in Australia. The company’s head office is located in Sidney while its representative offices can be found in North and South America and Europe. The company’s personnel feature over 200 employees. Having been founded in 1953, the provider established an online division in 1995 – at the dawn of the online gambling era.

Ainsworth’s main audience is located in Australia and the U.S. but over the decades of its presence in the market the provider became popular in other countries as well. To prove the safety of its products, the company obtained several gambling licenses, including the ones granted by the U.K. and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC). In 2018 Ainsworth’s slot machines became part of the Novomatic Corporation.

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In 1995, after physical casinos with Ainsworth’s slot machines became one of the three most popular gambling establishments, the company embarked on the development of online gambling that was not yet much widespread back then.

Due to an impressive background, the company managed to sign agreements with BetSafe, NetBet, and other major players of the online market. Additional support was offered by physical casinos that were not present on the Internet. Even today the company’s high-quality slot machines can be found in Las Vegas and Atlantic City – America’s two biggest gambling centers.

Ainsworth’s online slots are not considered to be innovative since their design has been almost entirely borrowed from Aristocrat’s products. One of the reasons why the two companies’ slots are so much alike is that they were developed by the same person, though the two providers remain independent members of the gambling industry.

The company’s offline slot machines that existed before the arrival of online gambling have been digitized and moved to Ainsworth’s online casinos. In total, such casinos feature around 100 Ainsworth’s slots.

Interestingly, the majority of the company’s games are dedicated to various animals and heroes. The provider offers almost no fruit or historical slots that are so familiar to many gamblers. Another theme by which several Ainsworth’s slots are inspired is money, wealth, and wins.

One of the company’s advantages is that almost all its slots feature 5 reels. The following games are among the most popular ones:

  1. Crazy Goose;
  2. Diamond Chief;
  3. Double Shot;
  4. Reel Of Wheels;
  5. Cash Odyssey.

Ainsworth’s slot machines have a rather high dispersion rate, while their average RTP is around 94.80%. Mr Diller is considered to be the provider’s most profitable slot (RTP equal to 96.80%). On the other hand, Golden Ox: Golden Cash with its RTP equal to just 93.70% is the company’s less profitable game.

Today gamblers can play Ainsworth’s slot machines on any device since all the company’s software is based on the HTML5 technology. All the gambling content has been integrated into iGaming’s platform.

Ainsworth’s slot machines can be played both in online casinos and in social networks that offer free versions of the company’s most popular slots. The provider is actively involved in promoting social casinos that use its services on Facebook, which makes Ainsworth the undisputed leader in this field.

The company enables online casinos to launch slot machines with progressive jackpots. Such games are offered by Ainsworth’s gambling websites as a separate Mystery Jackpots line.

Ainsworth allows players to test its slots in the course of demo games. Such an option is available in all the casinos that distribute the provider’s slots.