Microgaming has entered into a partnership with the Malta-based live casino specialist LiveG24.
What the Deal Will Include
The live dealer software provider will be supplying the full range of titles via Microgaming’s content distribution network.
Under the terms of the agreement, operator partners will acquire LiveG24’s games package across a range of controlled markets. These include Malta, Estonia, Isle of Man, and the UK.
Moreover, Microgaming will also launch a new game developed by LiveG24, Live Magic Card. This game gives players the chance to win up to 100 times their initial bet.
LiveG24 chief operating officer Angelo De Gobbi considers being selected by Microgaming as a content partner “a real honor”.
“Our live games, developed with high-rollers in mind, will be a perfect match for their operators,” he stated.
The live casino supplier also has also signed a deal with an online game operator, LeoVegas. LiveG24 will be offering live roulette, blackjack and baccarat games to LeoVegas online players.
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James Buchanan, Microgaming’s director of global operations is as equally delighted to collaborate with LiveG24 as they are. He also said he looks forward to working closely with the team.
“Microgaming works with an ever-expanding network of independent studios and content partners,” he added. The aim is to provide operators with access to some of the best games in the industry.
Buchanan is confident that “the addition of LiveG24’s live casino games will further elevate and diversify” their content offering.
Similarly, Microgaming has recently added another casino software developer, to its partner network, BetGames.TV. The latter will provide a range of games to the Isle of Man-based casino software developer.
At the time, Buchanan said that BetGames.TV impressed them with “their fresh, innovative approach.” Additionally, this aligns with Microgaming’s strategy of delivering “a diverse and quality content portfolio” to its customers.