Microgaming adding more independence
This day it’s not far in between Microgaming’s (MG) announcements, which usually are in relations to a new game studio. And so is the case this time as well. Although, it was not even one-month ago MG said they were adding Gameburger as a trusted partner. And now we learn that the software development company signed yet another studio, Neon Valley. Which makes it the 9th independent studio this year to come on board and work exclusively with MG. And the latest partner set with one important task, which is to “bringing the spirit of Vegas.” But also to deliver story-driven slots and deliver a modern Vegas experience outside the US.
The world is your oyster
By now, all are aware of how the MG partnership works. But just in case you missed it or need refreshment. When signing up as an MG independent studio, the doors to a vast network just opened up. Essentially, any game developed will distribute on casino operator’s sites that have MG games. And as such, reach a much wider audience from day one, no matter the size of the studio. In this case, Neon Valley’s first game, Aurora Wilds with its features like the jackpot wheel will get massive exposure. Sharing the exciting news is John Coleman, CEO at MG. Where he points out their studio’s strategy. That designs to bring greater choices to the market, but also innovation and quality. And he added that Neon Valley has their own distinctive style. Plus, a fitting personality. And Mr Coleman welcome’s them to the global independent studio’s roster.
A winning concept
Indeed, when entering an MG agreement, you are more or less guaranteed a release success. So if the industry titan approaches you, agreeing to the new partnership could prove lucrative. In the end, they been around for a while now and know a thing or two about online entertainment. In fact, MG developed the worlds first true online casino software.