Microgaming Introduces Fun View Feature to Online Poker RoomsPublished November 28, 2014 by Amir G
Enhanced graphics and new customization features are a part of Microgaming's newly launched Fun View feature for its online poker rooms.
Software giant Microgaming has announced the launch of Fun View, a brand new software feature designed for its MPN poker network. Fun View is set to enhance the online poker experience of both casual and experienced players especially on the graphic front with 3D-rendered graphics and a clearer view of the poker table with chips, cards and fonts which are pleasant on the eye. Fun View is the industry's first poker table designed for widescreen devices, Microgaming claims.
Avatars and Backgrounds
Besides for graphics, Fun View provides poker players with a slew of customization options with which they can personalize their online poker experience and sharpen their online pokerface. Players are able to choose between over 100 avatars which will represent them in the poker table, with the selectable avatars spanning characters from popular Microgaming titles the likes of Fish Party, Thunderstruck II and Immortal Romance.
Along with the new avatars, players can change backgrounds: Some examples given by Microgaming include a tranquil Zen garden, a Vegas penthouse and a "man cave". Both the avatars and backgrounds can be changed with one click of the mouse.
Public Beta Ends Early 2015
Head of Poker at Microgaming Alex Scott commented on the great deal of time invested in laying the groundwork for Fun View. "In 2015 we’ll be revitalising the look and feel of our software across all of our platforms to ensure that players have the best experience possible when they play on the MPN."
At the present time Fun View is in public beta, available for online poker players who are registered with online casinos and poker rooms from the Betsson Group. Changes to the feature are still possible as players are encouraged to submit their feedback to Microgaming. Fun View is set for full release in early 2015.