The online casino market is a competitive one and games developers have are dealing with a constantly evolving market.
In the end, it’s the players who decide who sinks and who swims with the popularity of the games, but right now Microgaming is looking like a top contender with several new deals and a good bit of market growth too!
Microgaming is one of the longest standing software suppliers and provides both a range of games software for the online market.
The brand boasts several bingo clients, and a range of casino games including some of the biggest progressive slots on the net!
GVC Content Deal For Microgaming
At the start of this month it was announced that Microgaming had signed a major content deal with GVC enhancing its casino offering and opening many games up to a new market place.
Due to the deal, games from the Quickfire Suite will now be licensed in Spain, Belgium and Bulgaria, increasing the brand’s market place still further.
Overseas players at casinos such as PartyCasino, Bwin and others will now be able to access such games as Hitman, Tomb Raider and others.
RedKings to Join Microgaming Poker Client
In addition to the content deal, Microgaming is strengthened further as RedKings joins the Microgaming Powered MPN online poker network.
This switch will give customers to the brand access to the network pots available at MPN and a wider range of offline and online poker tournaments.
A move that is only likely to improve Microgaming’s hold on the online market.
Slots Success From Micrgogaming
We’re into October and with that comes the themed Halloween slots and Microgaming’s new zombie themed slot, Lost Vegas, launched earlier this month. It is already proving to be a hit at the online casinos.
Add to that the $8,000,000 current Microgaming jackpot on the Mega Moolah progressive, currently the biggest available online, and it’s easy to see why this software brand is going from strength to strength.