The famous Aussie 'pokie' (slot machine) manufacturer Aristocrat started to bring some of their popular land-based slot games like Pompeii and 50 Dragons online back in 2010 through an agreement with Next Gen Gaming, an established slot game developer, soon to be followed with a separate agreement with London-based developer and service provider, GameAccount.
The initial batch of Aristocrat slots to be ported included 'Queen Of The Nile 2', 'Zorro' and the Asian-focused 'Lucky88' slot. These were initially released exclusively to Bet365 Games and were soon followed by 'Where's The Gold', 'Red Baron', 'Big Ben' and the popular 'Choy Sun Doa'.
The Next Gen slots were first to market and the Aristocrat agreement with GameAccount started to bear fruit shortly after. GameAccount produce a different set of Aristocrat games (which can all be found on their own B2C casino site, MoneyGaming). The first of the GameAccount-developed games to go live was '50 Lions' with 'Tiki Torch' and 'Sun and Moon' the pre-cursor to a number of new Aristocrat slot releases over the next few years.
In late 2012, MyBet signed up to use the GameAccount set of Aristocrat slots (adding to it's Novomatic portfolio) taking on 'Pompeii', 'Choy Sun Doa', 'Wild Panda' and 'Where's The Gold'. They have added a few more since then but still exclusively the GameAccount games.
Like slots from other providers inluding IGT, Novomatic and WMS, Aristocrat have implemented game blocks affecting residents of countries where online gambling is not specifically legal. Somewhat ironically, this includes Australia where not only are Aristocrat based but which also happens to be the biggest market for Aristocrat's products (alongside the USA).
The Aristocrat online slots portfolio continues to grow as more of their popular land based slot machines are ported and you can see videos and information on each one in the Aristocrat slots directory on this website.