Online slot players in the United States and other regions will soon see RealTime Gaming, colloquially known as RTG, become SpinLogic in a rebranding effort designed to rekindle player interest and better compete with other producers globally. While the developer's name is changing, gamblers will find that the slots and other titles remain the same.
New Name, but the Games Remain the Same
While fans of the excellent games on the RTG platform may be concerned that their favorite titles will disappear, the rebranding will not affect the in-game user experience. Fabulous favorites, like the multi-game series' Cash Bandits and Naughty or Nice, will still be available alongside the rest of the developer's standalone and series-style games.
Official Name Change Details Forthcoming
When RealTime Gaming launched in Atlanta, GA, in 1998, it seemed unlikely that the company would ever become a significant player in the online gaming industry; however, a 2007 move to a new locale and a few other changes eventually grew into lasting success and satisfied players.
Although the specifics of the RTG rebrand remain unreleased, the SpinLogic Gaming website suggests that the change will happen soon. Although the website isn't fully functional yet, gamblers and operators alike will notice the prominently displayed games include several RTG titles that players already love. For instance, the non-functional website features info on Spring Wilds Slots, alongside additional titles, including Diamond Fiesta, Halloween Treasures, Achilles Deluxe, Epic Holiday Party, Frog Fortunes, Wild Hog Luau, and Witchy Wins. While site visitors cannot access the games for play, the presence of these titles serves as a stark reminder that the name change will not impact the games available.
The Rebrand is Regional
Although RTG is becoming SpinLogic in many regions, including the United States, the RealTime Gaming brand isn't disappearing everywhere. RTG Asia will remain intact, even as the company eschews the name in other parts of the world. RTG Asia, a brand within a brand, so to speak, is likely unchanged because the company's goal is to challenge major regional competitors like Betsoft and NetEnt, in the U.S. and other areas.
SpinLogic Games Remain Unchanged
While the change to SpinLogic from RTG may signify that the rebrand is only among slot games, players will find that it impacts table, specialty, and other entertainment options. RTG's expansion into live dealer games is another facet of the change that may concern players, but everyone's favorites will still be accessible. The graphics, gameplay, and overall quality of RTG entertainment will remain, even after the company becomes SpinLogic.
Fantastic Gaming, Regardless of the Company Name
The change from RTG to SpinLogic is, in a sense, purely aesthetic. Gamblers will still be able to access the slots, alongside table games, live dealer titles, and other games, with the ease and familiarity they currently experience. Whether gamblers prefer slots or other games, the switch to SpinLogic from RTG won't change the entertainment they enjoy.