Microgaming is continuing their commitment to diversifying the brand’s online casino platform by contracting small, independent, and immensely talented teams of digital games creators. In the last few weeks, four new companies have joined the ever-growing portfolio of Microgaming partners.
In mid-June, Microgaming welcomed SpinPlay Games to the content development family. To kick off July, Gold Coin Studios was introduced alongside the publication of its first game for the Quickfire platform. A week later, industry big-wig Stakelogic signed a content aggregation deal with the company. This morning, Microgaming announced the integration of Eyecon digital games suite, another major player in the iGaming industry.
Meet Microgaming’s New Online Gambling Content Suppliers
The previous paragraph covers the bulk of today’s news. Next up, we’ll take a brief but enlightening glimpse at each of these new iGaming creators, and what they’re bringing to Microgaming’s already abundant table.
SpinPlay Games is a Las Vegas-based company that is new to market, but teeming with industry experience. The firm was founded by professional software engineers, graphics designers, and mathematicians. The company’s primary philosophies are “Player focused”, “math first” and “fun!” for all.
The brand’s content was integrated onto Microgaming’s Quickfire platform as of June 18, 2020. Since then, SpinPlay has installed two new online slots games – Roman Power and Almighty Aztec.
Gold Coin Studios
Gold Coin is another digital games creator based out of Nevada, USA, with head offices in Reno. The company’s staff brings with them a wealth of knowledge from the land-based gaming industry.
The company completed production of Arthur’s Gold, its very first online slots creation, in May. It went live at Microgaming casinos on July 9.
This company is young compared to its new partner, but has far deeper roots than either of the firms mentioned above. Founded in 2014, Stakelogic has pioneered several innovative platforms already, including Slots 360°, and MOBi®. Their agreement with Microgaming will see the brand’s current portfolio of more than 85 games delivered to users of the Quickfire platform.
Some of Stakelogic’s most recent releases include Dragons and Magic, Runner Runner Megaways, and Book of Cleopatra, Super Stake Edition.
Last but not least is Eyecon, a gaming company with almost as much time in the iGaming industry as its new partners at Microgaming. Eyecon was founded as a computer games company in 1997, launched its first PC game, Gore, in 1998 and, after securing more than one million downloads, turned their attention to the online casino sector in 1999.
In 2003, Eyecon released its first digital slot machine, Temple of Iris, and they never looked back. The company now boasts a portfolio of more than 90 games, including one of its all-time most popular releases, Fluffy Favourites.
Eyecon already had an impressive fan base prior to its agreement with Microgaming. Now, countless fresh eyes will get a look at the brand’s online gaming content, including these most recent publications; Galactic Girls, Beat the Bobbies 2, Temple of Iris 2, Beez Knees, and Step Back 7s.
“Microgaming continues to collaborate with top-performing content partners such as Eyecon to keep its diverse, industry-leading games portfolio fresh and innovative for its customers.”
those were the words of Leon Thomas, Commercial Director at Microgaming, who unwittingly summarized the last two month’s worth of contract agreements in a single statement.
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