Leading supplier of online gaming software, Microgaming, is thrilled to announce that it has signed a significant casino software agreement with gaming and sports betting group GVC Holdings.

In terms of the agreement, a selection of Microgaming’s iGaming content is scheduled to go live with an additional range of GVC’s online gaming brands throughout the year, including Ladbrokes, Betdaq, Gala Bingo, Gala Casino and Coral.

The new agreement follows on from a deal entered into between the two gaming firms in 2017 in terms of which Microgaming content was made available through GVC’s bwin, partypoker and partycasino gaming sites in regulated markets such as Italy, Spain, the UK and Belgium.

Obdulio Bacarese, the Director of Commercial Management at GVC, commented that as player’s expectations are continuously evolving, it is imperative that they continue to keep up with their demands and what better way to do so than partnering with Microgaming.

Bacarese also said that Microgaming’s immense experience, reputation and performance in delivering quality and innovative content is second-to-none, and they look forward to taking their portfolio of market-leading games live across their brands over the next few months to deliver a world-class experience to their players.

The deal will see GVC providing its players with access to Microgaming’s portfolio of exclusive content, including Lara Croft: Temples and Tombs, Jurassic World, Immortal Romance and Thunderstruck II.

Andrew Clucas, Chief Operating Officer at Microgaming, said that home to an extensive portfolio of leading brands, GVC are a key partner for Microgaming.  He added that both Microgaming and GVC strive to provide the market with immersive, entertainment-driven experiences, and they look forward to further strengthening their relationship with them.

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