Isle of Man – Microgaming’s games go live with 888 CasinoBy Phil - 5 April 2019
Microgaming announces its casino content is now live with 888 Casino, one of the world’s most popular online gaming entertainment and solutions providers.
The milestone agreement enables 888 Casino to expand upon its current casino offering and access Microgaming’s award-winning portfolio of games, including branded titles such as Jurassic World and Game of Thrones, as well as hundreds of Casino in Bingo (CiB) side games.
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Players on 888 Casino are now able to enjoy a wealth of engaging and compelling casino games from Microgaming and also benefit from access to the world’s largest progressive jackpot network, which has paid out more than €1 billion to date.
The product rollout will commence in the UK, with further regulated markets, including Denmark and Sweden, to follow.
John Coleman, Chief Executive Officer at Microgaming, said: “We are thrilled to welcome 888 Casino, a major player in the industry, to our ever growing customer base. I am confident that this will be the start of a positive strategic relationship which will further strengthen the Microgaming brand across Europe, and I look forward to providing 888 with even more of our innovative, popular content in the coming months.”
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