Microgaming News: Battlestar Galactica Game Release and PAF AgreementPublished October 17, 2012 by OCR Editor
Two big stories have recently come from Microgaming including the release of the Battlestar Galactica video slots game and the agreement between PAF and MPN.
The Emmy-award winning series 'Battlestar Galactica' is now going to be made into a video slot game by Microgaming. Microgaming recently signed an agreement with NBC Universal to use the hit show as inspiration for their new video slot game. The premise of the video slot game is a planet that is under attack by a not-so-alien race. Roger Raatgever, CEO of Microgaming said they will not only create a game for their current players to enjoy but they will also create a game to please every 'Battlestar Galactica' fan. Christopher Lucero of NBC Universal said the game will be a thrilling extension of the 'Battlestar Galactica' brand for gamers and fans all over the world.
The Microgaming Agreement with PAF
MPN or Microgaming Poker Network has come to an agreement to add PAF to their network. PAF and Microgaming have a shared interest in the True Value allocation policy of Microgaming - a policy which greatly benefits social players. Lydia Melton, the Microgaming head of Network games, is thrilled with the agreement. The incredible rate of technological advancements and the growth of online poker gaming at MPN have made it one of the top networks for poker enthusiasts.
PAF's View on the Agreement
Anders Wiklund, the director of PAF is also delighted with the agreement between his company and online gaming superstar MPN. The vision and sustainability of MPN will no doubt benefit PAF players. As a leader in the poker gaming industry, Microgaming continues to raise the expectations of poker quality, value and excitement. Microgaming is also holding negotiations with several other operators who wish to join the MPN network.