Gaming Software & Blackjack: Popular and Best Online Gaming and Blackjack Software

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There are various blackjack software in use today and each casino has a provider they lease their software from. In this article, we'll be reviewing some of the best and most popular software that are in use today:


We're giving honour where honour is due by starting our list with the oldest software provider in the casino market. Microgaming is the first ever online casino software to ever exist and has stayed relevant ever since. It powers some popular casinos like Blackjack BallRoom and 32Red.

 This company offers many blackjack versions but is of more service to the European casino industry. Real money blackjack games powered by Microgaming do not exist in the United States.

 If you live outside the country, Microgaming's Vegas single edge blackjack offering is your most profitable pick. The house edge is 0.31%.


Betsoft is one of the most renowned software companies for online slots. Their slots feature one of the most sophisticated 3D graphics.

 Betsoft is also known to offer six versions of blackjack. The best Betsoft blackjack game you'll find is its single deck offering with a 0.38% house edge.

 Bovada and are two popular casinos that use this software.


If you're a casino software enthusiast, chances are that you've come across the name 'Amaya.' You're more likely to remember them for purchasing Chartwell Technology and Cryptology (the latter was eventually sold).

 This software is one of the most widely used in the casino industry. Amaya also serves several brick-and-mortar casinos.

 There are 8 versions of blackjack Amaya powers, and one of the best varieties you'll find on the internet is the single deck blackjack which has a house edge as low as 0.26%

 Betsafe is one of many casinos that uses the Amaya software.

 Boss Media

One of the most reputable overseas providers, Boss Media is a household name and has been in the market for a long time.

 They offer a couple of blackjack online games and their single deck version has a very low house edge (0.11%). Sounds good, right? Unfortunately, American casinos powered by the Boss Media software do not offer real money blackjack in the US.

 Amuzi Gaming

Although founded in 2011, Amuzi gaming is still considered one of the newbies in the market. The software is more slot-inclined and offers only one version of blackjack with a 0.38% house edge.

 Habanero Systems

Maybe not the most prominent software company on this list, but they offer some good casino games, including blackjack. Their single edge blackjack game has a 0.55% house edge.

 WGS Technology

This software provider powers the Red Stag Casino, among many others. The company's best blackjack offering is the "perfect pairs" game which has a 0.36% house edge.

 Arrow's Edge

Speaking of newbies, Arrow's Edge is perhaps the latest software provider on our review list. It was launched in 2014 and also powers just one blackjack game. The house edge of that game sits at 0.72%.


Another casino that doesn't offer real money player options in the US, Cryptologic is one of the oldest software providers in the casino world. The Canadian company offers a plethora of online games and has been adopted by popular casinos like the InterCasino and Cherry Casino.

 This provider offers seven blackjack versions, and as you'd expect by now, their single deck game has the lowest house edge (0.21%).


GameOs is one of the most distinguished online casino companies across the globe. If you're an ardent gamer, there's a strong likelihood that you've played at least one game powered by this company.

 GameOS has grown consistently in its reach and continues to deliver quality offerings that are in touch with current gaming technological trends. This company currently offers six versions of blackjack.


Playtech might be the closest software provider to Microgaming in terms of popularity. The company was launched in 1999 and their software powers many online casinos, like Paddy Power and Betsafe.

 Their most profitable blackjack game is the Blackjack Switch which has a 0.14% house edge. Playtech offers several blackjack versions, including live dealer versions with a much lower house edge.

 Playtech real money blackjack games are also unavailable to American players.


There are many casinos on the internet but only a few software providers power them all. Most of these providers offer a plethora of blackjack versions but it is smart to opt for the ones with the lowest house edge to increase your chances of winning.

 Note that the house edges stated in this article only applies when you're playing with the perfect blackjack strategy. Other than that, you can expect a house edge as high as 4%.