One of the leading online gaming providers Microgaming has joined forces with two companies, BetGames.TV and LiveG24, to add new live dealer games to its content aggregation platform. These partnerships will see the Isle of Man-based provider reentering the live casino sector. Stay with us to learn more about the new deals.
BetGames.TV: From Game Shows to Baccarat and Poker
Microgaming launched their first live dealer games back in 2006. Their live casino offered players popular casino classics at tables hosted by real-life dealers. Some tables were hosted by Playboy bunnies, obviously targeting the male audience. However, Microgaming has left the live casino arena, and now they want to come back with high-quality products created by other providers.
The online gambling behemoth opted to use the model that turned out to be successful in the domain of slot production – teaming up with companies offering fresh content. One of them is BetGames.TV, a supplier of live casino solutions with a wide range of lottery-like games and live game shows in their portfolio. Online casinos running on the platform powered by Microgaming will have access to live games such as Wheel of Fortune as well as Lucky 5, Lucky 6 and Lucky 7. Card games including War of Bets, Bet-on-Baccarat, Bet-on-Poker and 6+ Poker will be also available on the Microgaming platform.
“The link between our brands is obvious and the integration will be seamless,” said BetGames.TV COO Aiste Garneviciene adding that they were proud of the collaboration.
Director of Global Operations at Microgaming James Buchanan said that BetGames.TV had impressed them with their fresh, innovative approach.
“The addition of their engaging games to our platform ties in nicely with our strategy of providing our customers with a diverse and quality content portfolio,” added he.
LiveG24: Full Suite of Games Available in Regulated Markets
Another supplier whose content will be available through the Microgaming platform is LiveG24. The Malta-based provider has Live Blackjack, Roulette and Baccarat tables in its portfolio. All of them will be available at Microgaming-powered casinos in regulated markets including Isle of Man, Malta, Estonia and the UK.
According to Microgaming’s representatives, the company works with their network of independent studios and content partners to enable operators to access to some of the best games in the industry.
“We’re confident that the addition of LiveG24’s live casino games will further elevate and diversify our content offering,” Buchanan commented on the new partnership.
LiveG24 has also announced that they teamed up with LeoVegas Casino that will enrich its ever-expanding collection of live casino games with the tables from the provider. The reputable gaming venue will debut Live Magic Card, announced by LiveG24 as one-of-a-kind game that pays up to 100x the stake die to exciting multipliers.