Microgaming, a powerhouse in the realm of online gaming developers has roped in the talent of BetGames.TV and LiveG24, to launch new live dealer games to its content aggregation platform. These efforts signal Microgaming’s official re-entry into live dealer games.
BetGames.TV: A world of live entertainment
Microgaming’s entry into the live dealer game market began in 2006. The live service provided classic casino games at tables hosted by real dealers, Microgaming eventually faded out of this segment of online gambling but has now returned, development partners in hand, with a renewed energy and vision for their platform.
Microgaming is hoping to duplicate the success of their online slot production by following their past practice of joining hands with developers who are ready to push out quality content. In this particular case, BetGames TV is one of those developers. BetGames TV produces live casino solutions as well as lottery and live game show games for companies across the globe. Microgaming will use this partnership to provide games including Wheel of Fortune, 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 company’s platform.
“The link between our brands is obvious and the integration will be seamless,” said BetGames.TV COO Aiste Garneviciene.
Director of Global Operations at Microgaming James Buchanan was impressed with the innovation and imagination that BetGames.TV has displayed, saying “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,”
LiveG24: Full catalog of games open to regulated markets
LiveG24 will also have content on Microgaming’s platform. Based in Malta, the provider’s roster includes Live Blackjack, Roulette, and Baccarat tables. These will all be available at Microgaming-powered casinos in regulated markets including Isle of Man, Malta, Estonia, and the UK.
Microgaming’s representatives advised that the company’s strategy of working with a group of independent studios and content partners allows operators to play 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 additionally announced a partnership with LeoVegas Casino that will see them add to the casinos existing collection of live casino games. LeoVegas will soon roll out Live Magic Card in partnership with LiveG24. This is a one-of-a-kind game that pays out up to 100x your bet with exciting multipliers.