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Microgaming Games Going Live With 888 CasinoPublished April 8, 2019 by Ivan P
Thanks to the latest partnership agreement, 888 Casino will add Microgaming titles to their extensive portfolio, including games from the largest online network of progressive jackpots.
In the latest supply agreement, Microgaming has joined forces with 888, one of the most established online gambling operators around. The new deal will see Microgaming titles go live on 888 Casino, expanding the operator's already rich gaming library.
Wealth of New Games for Players
Thanks to the supply agreement between two companies, players at 888 Casino will now have access to a variety of Microgaming slots, such as their branded titles like Game of Thrones and Jurassic World, and several hundred Casino in Bingo side games.
On top of this, 888 casino customers will also get access to the largest online network of progressive jackpots, containing games such as Mega Moolah and Mega Moolah Isis, which has paid in excess of €1 billion to date and continues to pay large jackpots to lucky players on a regular basis.
Strengthening the Microgaming Brand
According to Microgaming's CEO John Coleman, this strategic partnership with one of the industry's major players will help the already strong Microgaming brand get an even better foothold in Europe. With a large player base, 888 Casino is licensed to operate in several jurisdiction, including the United Kingdom, Spain, Denmark, and Italy.
Speaking on behalf of 888 Holdings, the company behind 888 gaming brands, Guy Cohen emphasized that it is the company's mission to always find new and exciting titles to offer to the players and Microgaming, with their proven track record of delivering high quality, engaging, and entertaining games fits with this vision. Cohen believes the addition of Microgaming titles to the extensive gaming portfolio of 888 Casino will help the operator get to the next level.
According to the PR accompanying this deal, new games will first roll out in the United Kingdom, followed by other regulated markets, including Sweden and Denmark.