The software itself does seem to be a bit dated, with graphics that simply do not compare to some of the newer releases from other gaming software providers. And the range of titles is somewhat limited too, with about 150 to 160 different titles available compared to the more than 400 different games that come with a full MicroGaming casino for example. Even so this software is highly popular, with many well established casinos using it, and some newly launched sites also choosing to use it.
As I said above, the software can be found on casinos that welcome American players as well as casinos that prohibit players from the U.S.A. Some casino software providers limit US access across all sites using their games as part of their licencing deal - Rival does not do this.
Even so, there are far more Rival powered online casinos that do not accept Americans than those that do.
The current range of games with this brand of software is about 160, which I think is a bit low. They do have a good range of slots games, and they also offer more traditional casino games such as Roulette - both American and European - Baccarat, Blackjack and 3 Hand Blackjack, Pai Gow Poker, Red Dog and Craps.
Depending on the casino, they also offer some speciality games such as a few versions of Bingo, Keno and even Sudoku.
Slots games are their biggest area though, and they also offer video poker.
When it comes to jackpot games, they do have Major Moolah, which is their own version of a well known title that you may recognize.