The Isle of Man based gambling software provider Wizard Gaming has been engaged in developmental activities for the past two years and this week launched its first licensee – Gold Rock  Unfortunately for US gamblers, this operation is staying out of that market.
Wizard claims to have used a large development budget on a range of 21 new downloadable video slots like Divin' for Pearls and Cashasaurus which will be welcomed as something fresh on the market by many online gamblers and can be previewed on the Wizard website.
The company is focusing on slots initially, but plans to launch progressive slots and a wider range of casino games later this year, with operators licensed in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles.
The Wizard RNG is certified by iTech Labs, and a Wizard spokesman says that the owners of the company have all been involved in the i-gaming industry for many years, although they are not specifically identified.
Gold Rock is the company's first licensee and seems to be associated with Gambling Magazine judging by website appearances. The casino does not accept US gamblers and comes in English, German and Swedish language versions, with all the usual player facilities such as toll-free Support, loyalty program and a matchplay signup maxed at $300. The site is operated by Everyhour Services Limited out of Cyprus