WMS Gaming Company specializes in the production of slot machines, casino software and lottery machines, applying in them its own innovations. Its products can be seen in many gambling establishments. Awesome slot machines, progressive casino software, comfortable and functional lottery terminals, all this is manufactured by well-known American company WMS Gaming that began in 1943 with the pinball machines.
Now its field of interest includes also online gambling. WMS Gaming owns also the biggest social network of players Player's Life. American company WMS Gaming is a major manufacturer of slot machines, lottery terminals and related software. Its Head Office is located in Waukegan, Illinois. WMS Gaming is a member of WMS Industries, which history dates back to 1943 with the company Williams Manufacturing, engaged in production of machines for pinball and arcade video games.
Engineer Williams, founder of Williams Manufacturing, invented a mechanism, which for many years was used in the majority of the pinball machines. In the eighties, the company was famous for innovative solutions in the field of home video, and in the early nineties it was engaged in production for gambling.
William Manufacturing was renamed WMS Gaming in 1999. Now you can safely call it one of the leading manufacturers of a variety of machines for gambling. The platforms CPU-NXT, Transmissive Reels, Bluebird, Community Gaming, Adaptive Gaming may be noted among the innovative solutions developed by WMS Gaming.
It has released several slot machines with internationally renowned brands: The Wizard of Oz, Top Gun, Star Trek, Monopoly and others. WMS Gaming has released dozens of great slot machines dedicated to interesting topics. In addition, it provides support for casinos that use its products, engaged in training personnel and providing other services. Company owns WMS Gaming Social Network Player's Life that unites gamblers. Its audience has already exceeded six hundred fifty thousand members.
WMS Gaming has recently launched an initiative to run free simulators of well-known video slots in the major social networks. Undoubtedly, such a move (if it will be supported by the owners of mentioned resources) will accelerate the process of legalization of gambling in many countries.