Microgaming and Real Dealer Make Their Way in Italy
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There is a piece of great news for players from Italy, as two popular software providers go live in the country. Thus, Microgaming integrates its popular games, including jackpot slots, into a popular aggregator platform, and Real Dealer gives Italian players an alternative to traditional live casino games. Both are welcome, providing players more content to enjoy.
REAL DEALER GOES LIVE IN THE COUNTRY
Real Dealer, the provider of cinematic online games, has recently been certified in the Italian market and can now provide its games to online casinos that operate in the country. The license allows the studio to integrate only the Real Roulette and Fortune Finder series, but Real Dealer plans to receive certification for its Real Baccarat series.
Games of this software developer offer an alternative to traditional live casino releases. Their titles are created from a range of recorded clips of high quality games. They are later integrated into the random number generator gameplay.
The list of games that will soon be available for Italian players includes Real Roulette with Sarati, Real Roulette with Holly and Real Roulette with Caroline, Multifire Auto Roulette with the maximum win of 500x the stake, and Fortune Finder, the money-wheel game.
MICROGAMING PARTNERS WITH BLOX
Microgaming has found a way to expand its presence in Italy. This leading software provider has signed a content agreement with BLOX, a popular software provider and content distribution platform. Under the terms of this deal, more than 50 games, including such hits as Romance™, 9 Masks of Fire, and Lara Croft® Temples and Tombs™.
Karl Grech, Chief Commercial Officer at BLOX, is excited about this partnership and says that no portfolio is complete without Microgaming’s hits.
BLOX platform is one of the largest aggregators that boasts a big choice of games, including titles by such popular companies as Pragmatic Play, Yggdrasil Gaming, and Evolution Gaming. These releases are distributed to many popular online operators, including Betagioco.
Microgaming will not stop with 50 games and plans to “integrate more titles over the coming months so that operators powered by BLOX can offer their players even more quality content from Microgaming and our partner studios.”
Besides finding new opportunities to expand the list of operators that offer its games, Microgaming also works on the expansion of its portfolio. Thus, it signs partnership agreements with talented young studios. Lady Luck Games and GONG Gaming Technologies are among them.