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Online betting giant Microgaming announced this week that they're teaming up with Switch Studios to distribute the developer's games exclusively through their platforms.
Switch is based in Ipswich, UK and features a small team that develops immersive online gaming experiences for punters. Their first game is Roulette, which is a 3D take on the classic table game. The game has realistic ball physics, and supports favorites, special bets, and racetrack betting. The game supports mobile and desktop play, allowing for maximum compatibility. Future games are in development, with blackjack to be released in the next month or so.
The agreement is the latest for Microgaming with smaller studios, as the group looks to expand their reach with different game choices on their platforms.
Speaking about the deal Microgaming CEO John Coleman said, "Bringing Switch Studios into the fold ensures we have a dedicated resource for innovating and enhancing our table games offering. The team have already demonstrated a facility for producing stylish and sophisticated casino games that are highly original and entertaining, and I am looking forward to developing this side of our range even further in the coming months."
Switch Studios Head Tom David added: "We believe our background in the mobile, social and eGaming sectors puts us in an excellent position to bring innovation and style to the online table gaming sector. Our objective is to deliver the best selection of classic table games that players enjoy."