Boss Media has one of the best reputations for stability and reliability in online casino software today. Based in Sweden and founded in 1996, they are one of the oldest casino software companies on the market. Their first casino was launched in 1997 and was an instant success. They offer customer service in more languages than any other online casinos: English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, Serbian, Croatian and Swedish. They offer games in 11 different languages. In keeping with their worldly appeal their payment system solutions allow over 100 different national currencies. Boss Media is publicly traded on Stockholmsbörsen’s O-list. The market abbreviation for the Boss Media share is Boss and the ISIN code is SE0000488850.
Security, safety, integrity and privacy are important issues online today and Boss Media takes these issues very seriously. Their random number generator has been audited by PricewaterhouseCoopers. Their games have been independently tested by Technical Systems Testing (TST), an internationally recognized testing firm, which offers testing and consultation services to both the land-based and interactive gaming industries to ensure that games operate in a manner that is fair, secure and auditable. When you open an account they send you a letter to your home or land address that contains your personal PIN that is required to cash out over $500. They are also members of the Interactive Gaming Council. They offer full disclosure allowing you to see your game play history up to 30 days previous and your entire financial transaction history.
You can play Boss Media games almost anywhere including Internet-enabled PCs, mobile phones, and handheld computers as well as through interactive digital television or state-of-the-art Interactive Video Terminal (IVT) systems. The online casino is available in browser and download versions. They offer all of the classic casino games such as blackjack, video poker, slots, roulette and baccarat in several versions as well as specialized games including bingo halls and sportsbooks. You’ll enjoy some of the best casino environments on the web with intense graphics, background music, dealer voices, and sound effects. They are constantly updating their games and developing new ones to appeal to a wide range of cultural tastes.
Boss Media takes its video poker very seriously. Unlike traditional casinos and sportsbooks, the card room operator benefits from risk-free revenue. The house collects a “rake” or a consistent share of each game pot in return for hosting the game. As such they offer a multitude of options to encourage the retention of the card room player such as an engaging chat function, reserve seating during breaks, the ability to reserve seats via a waiting list, and a hand replay function.
Unlike most other online casino software companies Boss Media’s casino platform can be operated as a complete autonomous system or can be fully integrated with an already established system. It is the operator’s choice to retain their own payment and administration solutions or to work with WebDollar (Boss Media’s subsidiary), for online payment services and/or Boss Casinos for hosting, and maintenance 24/7.
Boss Media created Super Back Office in 2003, an intricate back office system. The Super Back Office tool is exceptional in that it can competently manage a diverse gaming environment based on components from different vendors. In other words Super Back Office can be used to administer all areas of your operation, even if a different vendor supplied your previous system. Interoperability with your existing accounting and administrative tools means that you do not have to alter your entire back-office structure when you employ Super Back Office to supervise your diversified operation. An operator can use Super Back Office to generate all of the usual reports necessary to learn about their customer. All transactions, game history and user details are recorded in real time.
WebDollar is Boss Media’s financial processing company. They handle all deposits via credit cards, debit cards, certified checks, bank transfers, e-wallets and prepaid cards. The bonus of WebDollar is their ability to target local markets by offering customers a wide selection of reliable localized payment alternatives and processing payments in over 100 different national currencies.
For WebDollar’s payment services, clients pay a fixed fee plus a fee based on the volume of processed transactions.
In 2003 Boss Media supplied their Super Back Office to William Hill. They also supply Norsk Tipping for the Norwegian National Lottery offering a wide range of lotto, sports and instant games in the Norwegian market.