he software offers 75 ball and 90 ball bingo at present and 80 ball bingo will be released at the end of the second quarter 2009, according to company sources. There are currently only two mini games on the site but a rollout of up to three games a month is planned with the aim of having a total of 19 mini games by the end of 2009.
Only one site, HemBingo, is currently operating on the Boss software; HemBingo is operated by a large Swedish media company, United Media, and the site targets the Swedish market.
Boss Media claims that the new software is highly easy for an operator to change the design and to update with promotions and that a new site can be launched in a matter of days. Anyone who has ever worked with Boss Media will raise an eyebrow about this as speed has now always been a hallmark of the company’s production team.
The new software is being unveiled at the International Gaming Expo (IGE) at London’s Earls Court, which opened yesterday.
The release of high quality Boss bingo software will raise questions about St Minver’s long term commitment to the Parlay software they currently license. St Minver were bought by GTech at the same time as Boss, along with sport software supplier FinSoft, and it would seem likely that GTech’s management will push to use in-house software rather than support a rival platform.