Microgaming Announces Content Deal With Casino Operator BetWarrior
Microgaming has struck a content deal with sports betting and casino operator BetWarrior.
The hugely popular software provider, which is known for games such as Immortal Romance and Mega Moolah, and gambling operator announced the content agreement last week.
Under the partnership, Microgaming will supply a collection of its games to the operator including hugely popular slots Thunderstruck II, Book Of Ox, Lara Craft Temple And Tombs, Village People Macho Moves and Game Of Thrones.
The agreement enhances Microgaming’s player reach in both Europe and Latin America in which the casino and sports betting site operate in. What’s more, the partnership expands BetWarrior’s game collection, widening its appeal to more users.
Microgaming’s Director of Global Operations James Buchanan said in a statement: “BetWarrior caught our eye with their innovative approach and fully native mobile app. With a strong team of industry veterans leading the project, this was one that we wanted to get behind early on with the addition of our award-winning content.”
Katalin Horvath, Casino Product Manager at BetWarrior, added: “Microgaming need no introduction, and the addition of their award-winning content is an essential part of our mission to offer the best mobile gaming experience in the world.
“We are particularly excited to offer our players some of the most well-known slots around, and look forward to adding new Microgaming content as it is released.”
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The announcement between the two firms comes as Microgaming continues to develop and release brand new video slots in partnership with several of its independent studios.
Over the last three months, Microgaming has released Deco Diamonds Deluxe with Just For The Win, a slot based on the roaring 20s that is packed with special features, as well as Boom Pirates, a slot developed with Foxium that focuses on pirates, and lastly the firm released its Book of Oz Lock ‘n Spin slot developed by Triple Edge Studios.
What’s more, Microgaming has been striking deals with other independent games studios such as Neon Valley Studios, Gameburger Studios and All41 Studios.
The software provider has also struck deals with other casino operators to extend its player reach, including sites such as Wildz Casino, BGO Casino, Mansion Casino, Rootz, SKS365 and many others.