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Online gaming giant Microgaming has announced that they've inked a deal with Triple Edge Studios and will distribute the developer's games on an exclusive basis.
The agreement will make Microgaming the exclusive distribution partner of Triple Edge, seeing the group's games offered to their casino partners. The deal is part of Microgaming's new initiative to work with smaller studios, bringing them into the fold. The studios will maintain autonomy, but will have the chance to distribute their games with one of the largest studios in the world.
Speaking about the deal Microgaming CEO Roger Raatgever said, "As the frontrunners in the industry our focus is always on what we can do next and exclusive content from independent global studios will play a huge part in delivering Microgaming's growth strategy this year.
"It is all about delivering content that is targeted; be it a segment of players or a specific market.
"Triple Edge Studios are the first in a number of game studios to be announced as exclusive providers to Microgaming. It is an ambitious strategy but one we feel will cement Microgaming's place as the market's must-have provider of gaming content."
Triple Edge Studios Design Lead Brendan Walton added: "It feels fantastic to be launching our studio during the industry's biggest trade event, ICE. Following months of hard work we are proud to be an exclusive provider of content to Microgaming, the trailblazer in online gaming.
"Playboy Gold has been a brilliant game to work on and is a sign of the exciting things to come from Triple Edge Studios."