There are 52 countries in the world with more people than Australia but zero with more gambling machines. This is even more astounding when realizing land-based casinos have only been legal
Down Under since 1973.
This would appear to make them fertile ground for iGaming companies except for one little catch. In 2001, the Australian Commonwealth Parliament passed the Interactive Gambling Act (IGA) outlawing the activity and related advertising, huge daily fines issued for breaking laws.
However, by 2001, Eyecon PTY Ltd was already a four-year old business in West End of Brisbane, founded by Scott Murray to develop and maintain software. Their story had begun.
Eyecon focuses on multi-player immersive games while also creeping into the international market with both software-based creations and live video streaming. Licensed in five jurisdictions, Northern Territory in Australia, Vanuatu, Philippines, Isle of Man, and Canada, allows a wide net to be cast.
Never fined by governmental agencies, their random number generators (RNGs) continuously receive top scores from 3rd party auditors, fairness and transparency assured.
Producing both online and land-based slots, Eyecon evolved from cartoonish pleasures of traditional five-reel machines such as Sugar Train and Fluffy Favorites featuring pink elephant dances, to narrative-driven 3D adventures of treasure hunters tracking purple gems in the exciting Jewel Journey. Every release is consistently dazzling and immediately engaging.
The enterprise operates mostly behind the scenes, customizing titles for partners around the world, choosing to keep a low profile to concentrate on products.
Gradually building a catalog of over 100 titles, Eyecon now ensures all are completely mobile compatible. Presumably due to global geography, developers have concentrated on seasoning creations with ingredients appealing to South Asian Pacific tastes, including an online version of popular Japanese arcade game of Pachinko.
Branching out into branded content via a title based on cheeky British television puppet character, Roland Rat, ensured they gained a devoted following. In addition, tables based on standard rules with usual fare are listed, several versions of video poker, roulette and baccarat crafted with personalized graphics for each licensee.
Utilizing CinemaScope automatically adapts graphics to player screen size, both iOS and Android fully supported. User experience is based on familiar conventions and customers won’t need to consult manuals when encountering titles for the first time.
Conforming to widely accepted rules and regulations, Eyecon blackjack provides partners with ability to customize particulars regarding doubles, splits, and surrenders. Idiosyncrasies such as ante limits, number of decks, and frequency of shuffles are all configurable.
In a nod to their home country, “Down Under gameplay” is injected into one particular piece of software via a trademarked rendition of Perfect Pairs, a popular side bet in brick and mortar Australian establishments. It stakes the first two player cards and when an unsuited pair of different colors arrives, 5 to 1 is paid out. If they’re both red or black but unsuited, returns are 10 to 1, with a Perfect Pair of identical cards awarding a meaty 30 to 1.
Live Dealer Blackjack
Currently, Eyecon Live Dealer software is available for blackjack, roulette, and Sic Bo. Games are streamed in real time video from an actual casino, wagers made easily through their proprietary software.
Practice Blackjack at Eyecon Casinos
Select partners with Eyecon blackjack offer free play on that and various other releases. Each has unique policies about whether or not signing up an account is necessary, some requiring a real money deposit first. Check specific terms and conditions posted to confirm obligations.