CryptoLogic inc. was founded in 1995 by the Rivkin brothers (Andrew and Mark) in the basement of their parents' house. Nowadays, it is one of the five main providers in the online gaming industry, along with Boss Media, Microgaming, Playtech and Real Time Gaming.

In 1998, CryptoLogic joined the Toronto Stock Exchange (abbreviated as "TSX"), the largest stock exchange in Canada. in 2000 CryptoLogic joined the NASDAQ (CRYP).

In 2007, the famous Playboy brand launched on its official website a casino and a poker room utilizing CryptoLogic software. in the same year the World Poker Tour "WPT" (a series of international Texas Hold'em tournaments that are held all over the world, primarily in the U.S.) has joined the CryptoLogic network.

CryptoLogics management team is composed by the President and first executive Director Brian Hadfield ex vice president of the Bank of Boston. When it started out, he managed a workforce composed of 3,000 employees that soon became 9,000, increasing the company's revenue of about 23 percent.

There is a code of conduct and a clear business ethics adopted by CryptoLogic: every employee must sign a few guidelines that underlie his behavior, both amongst themselves and with the others.


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Amongst the companys employees there is a sort of "espionage policy" that allows to check specific cases where an employee has evidence or suspicion of misconduct showed by another employee, director or officer. This policy is annually revised by the Revision Comitee.

CryptoLogics structure is composed by: Brian Hadfield (President and first Executive Director), Stephen Taylor (the first Financial Director), David Gavagan (Chairman of the board of directors), Geoffrey Finlay (Director), Brian Hadfield (Chairman and Executive Director), the commissions board (which contains the Revision Commitee, the Compensation Committee, the Election Committee).

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The gaming software is certified by the government of Malta and Alderney. Regulations follow strict standards, similar to those of the real casinos, and includes controls concerning the loss of bets and deposit limits, the opting-out characteristics, temporary or permanent blocking of accounts, credit cards and player identitys verification, support procedures both concerning customer service and database control.

CryptoLogic software can offer over 250 widely customizable, multilingual and multicurrency gambling games. Some of them run directly over java software, others can be downloaded on your personal hard Europe, CryptoLogic runs the biggest network of independent online poker websites, offering different types of tournaments which include Deepstack, Rebuy, Shootout, Satellite, Freeroll Blackjack. This poker room is centrally organized, bringing together more than 14,000 players in a safe and legal environment. Thanks to CryptoLogic software, players can play in online poker rooms and in the lobby of any casino at the same time.

Moreover, CryptoLogic offers a specific software for online Bingo.

Customer service, fraud, technical support and monitoring network are always active, 24/7, to meet every investors need.

Range of games

The popularity of CryptoLogic games relies in its steadfastness to produce about twenty new games a year. Furthermore, we have to say that Cryptologic has always adopted strategic partnerships in order to create games with famous themes and characters, such as Spider Man, Call of Duty, Jenga, King Kong, offering the highest levels of entertainment to expert gamers and beginners.

For a greater player involvement, these games have a progressive multi-currency jackpot, shared with all licensees including Marvel, Rapid Fire, Movie Mayhem and Millionaires Club;the latter is patented by CryptoLogic and it is widely famous for the biggest premium payment (eight million dollars!) ever made in online gambling history.


  • CryptoLogic Limited
  • Marine House
  • 3rd floortClanwilliam Place Dublin 2, Ireland
  • Phone: 416-545-1455
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