Parlay Entertainment hold patents in the US and Canada which at least partially back up their claim to have invented online bingo software themselves, though bigger networks like Dragonfish and Virtue Fusion have overtaken them in recent years. Parlay actually lost sites with Virgin, Paddy Power and Bettered to the latter, and to make matter worse they no longer power the St Minver network either.
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Nonetheless, they still won ‘Best iGaming Bingo software’ at the 2009 CAP Awards, so they’re clearly still doing something right.
Like a number of gaming software companies, Parlay began life in Canada (as the Dot Com Entertainment Group) and was founded by Parry Malone and Scott White, who are currently President and CEO respectively.
Current partners include Astro Bingo, Bingonanza, 123 Bingo, Wonder Bingo, Shipleys Bingo and Bingo Flash. You’ll find 90 ball, 75 ball and 80 ball games at these sites, along with the recent addition of lottery, casino and slot games as well.
Unique to Parlay is their Parlay5 software range, which lets layers from all over the world play one central game no matter what currency or language they’re using, and bingo games generally cost no more than 25p a ticket.
Parlay use the near-universal P-128 bit Secure Socket Layer transaction system to ensure player security and their sites take most commonly-accepted debit and credit cards, plus selected prepaid cards, e-wallets and UKash vouchers.