Microgaming Increases Multi-Player Portfolio and also adds Several New Desktop Titles
Published: October 17, 2013
Microgaming continues to pump out fresh new gaming content on a monthly basis, across all of its innovative platforms and October has been no different to any ordinary month. Microgaming currently offers a mobile casino product called Microgaming Go, which can be accessed from most of today’s handheld mobile and tablet devices.
This renowned software company has also developed an industry award winning download client and instant flash casino platform which players can access from a variety of different home computers such as PC’s and Laptops. They also have an exciting Multi-Player platform which enables players to compete against one another when registering for an online slot tournament from within the download client.
Halloween is almost upon us and so Microgaming decided to add several Halloween themed slots across all of these platforms. This software company also released three non-Halloween themed slots which included Dolphin Quest, Paradise Found and Rhyming Reels – Georgie Porgie. Two of these new slots were released at numerous Microgaming powered casinos on October 9th, 2013. Paradise Found has yet to be released.
The two new mobile slot machines from Microgaming included Halloweenies and What a Hoot, and both of these slots were already available on desktop at most of today’s Microgaming powered casinos. “We recognise the importance of not only providing fresh and regular new content, but also timely content, which will spark interest from our operators’ players,” said Microgaming’s Head of Product Channels, Neill Whyte.
“Halloweenies and What a Hoot are two perfect additions to the HTML5 platform; these new slots, which are fully compatible with iOS7, will allow our operators to form exciting promotions and marketing campaigns for Halloween,” added Whyte.
On October 17th, Microgaming then increased its portfolio of Multi-Player games by introducing a Halloween themed slot called Lucky Witch. This fun-filled slot has actually been around since Halloween 2011. It has 5 reels, 15 winning paylines and several immersive bonus rounds for players to enjoy, plus it also has a Free Spins bonus round and Stacked Wild Symbols to help boost your balance even further.
Microgaming’s Multi-Player Games spokesperson, David Reynolds, commented on the release of Lucky Witch as a Multi-Player Game, “This is a timely addition to our multi-player platform. With Halloween just around the corner, our operators’ players will enjoy this new tournament slot. Furthermore, our new bonus prize feature adds to the extensive flexibility of tournament setup for operators. This will provide an ideal tool for the acquisition and retention of players.” All of the comments found in this article were taken directly from the Microgaming website.