Malta and Denmark licensed operator iGame Malta Ltd one of the largest skins on the IGT Poker network, is set to move its poker offering to the Microgaming Network towards the end of this year, bringing with it a player base of over a million members with skins like 24hPoker.com, Pokerihuone.com, Casinohuone.com, NoiQ.com iGame.com.
Microgaming head of network games Lydia Melton (pictured) said the software provider is in “Advanced discussions with a number of other major operators looking to join the Microgaming Poker Network,” adding that “We look forward to announcing more operators joining the network in the near future.”
Tommi Maijala, managing director for parent group iGame Holding Ltd, said Wednesday, we are thrilled to be joining the Microgaming Poker Network securing for our players access to the highest quality poker software, good liquidity a secure long-term future. The experience of players is always our utmost priority, so joining the MPN is a very natural development for us.
With this recent partnership iGame will also see the operator bring in a number of casino games from Microgaming’s Quickfire platform, and Tommi Maijala, MD for iGame Holding Ltd, said: “We have received excellent support from Microgaming and very much look forward to working with them into the future.
“We are thrilled to be joining the Microgaming Poker Network [MPN] and securing for our players access to the highest quality poker software, good liquidity and a secure long-term future. The experience of players is always our utmost priority, so joining the MPN is a very natural development for us,” added Maijala.
Reported by Maggie B.