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Bally Technologies has one of the most interesting histories in the casino industry. The company was started in 1932 and produced the first Pinball game called BallyHoo. However, only 4 years later, the Las Vegas based company introduced the very first slot machine. Since they have become one of the most recognized gaming providers for land-based casinos worldwide. The developer also got involved with online casinos around the turn of the century but has kept their primary focus on land-based casino games. Their online selection includes only a few titles, which has been growing over the years but cannot be compared to major online brands such as NetEnt or Microgaming. However, their games provide amazing graphics, impressive features, and huge winnings along with fair gaming. The company was purchased by Scientific Gaming in 2014, but still, list the Bally game selection under its own name.

Bally Technologies also includes a range of impressive progressive jackpot games. The selection is much greater in their land-based casinos, but some of those titles have made it to the online casino's industry, offering players the same benefits and features, but include much higher jackpots and wagering options.

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5 Reels and 40 Lines
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5 Reels and 30 Lines
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5 Reels and 25 Lines
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5 Reels and 40 Lines
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