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The Isle of Man online gambling software developer Microgaming has signed up a new bingo operator, BingoOnTheBox.com for 90 and 75 ball bingo software and a significant inventory of online casino games.
The new site, launched this month, aims to deliver bingo fans the most comprehensive bingo-based gaming experience on the web and in addition to its core bingo offering, will offer players everything from progressive slots through to video poker, including roulette, blackjack, 5 reel slots and British style pub fruit machine games. The Microgaming Progressive Jackpot Network is the world’s first and largest online progressive system and has paid out over $250 million in the last five years.
Given the continually augmented Microgaming games inventory, Bingo on the Box will arguably be offering more side games than any other online bingo operator.
Owned and operated by investors with a long track record in the industry, Bingo on the Box provides a one stop shop for gaming entertainment both online and via interactive television. This (July) month, European bingo fans can tune into SkyTV for a minimum of three hours a day to play in a live TV Bingo Show.
Julian Morel, spokesperson for Bingoonthebox.com says, "Going with Microgaming software was an obvious choice. As a new bingo brand it is important for us to stand out through best of breed software, innovation and differentiation."
Microgaming offers three versions of its bingo software - 90 ball, 75 ball and 75 ball variant with a variety of features including, multiple languages, private game and chat facilities, a player management system and a suite of quality online casino games.
Roger Raatgever, CEO Microgaming, commented: "We are delighted to be working with Bingo on the Box to bring bingo players a truly revolutionary gaming experience. Research shows that 80 percent of players primarily play bingo for the entertainment value and we think this new site has entertainment appeal in spades. What's more 60 percent of players will try slots. We have no doubt Bingo on the Box will prove a big hit in the industry and we look forward to a long and fruitful partnership."
Source: InfoPowa News