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Canadian based internet wagering software developer Amaya gaming has revealed that it has signed a deal with Italian operator Microgame SpA which will see its games being offered in the European country with official AAMS licensing.
Microgame is a gaming giant in its home country, and oversees roughly 160 gaming brands in the market. With the move all of Amaya's signature slots such as: Serengeti Diamonds, Samurai Princess, Lost Temple, Thundering Zeus, Chilli Gold, Frogs ‘N’ Flies and Aladdin’s Legacy.
Commenting on the deal Amaya Gaming CEO David Baazov said: “Microgame is one of the most innovative Italian technology companies in the market. Italy is an important regulated market for us and we will be looking to increase our market share in that country as it opens up for more business.”