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Casino game developer Leander has announced that they've signed an agreement with Microgame and will provide their selection of games to the Italian platform provider as a result.
Microgame is in its 20th year in operation, and it provides a gaming platform to customers in regulated regions. The company works with operators including Intralot, Codere, Stanleybet, and more. Leander is a smaller game developer that's got an impressive slot library that features the likes of Wild Vegas, Ave Caesar, and 3 Elements.
Leander's CEO Steven Matsell spoke glowingly of the deal, noting: "Microgame has a fantastic position within such a crucial European marketplace and it is fantastic news that our games suite will now be available there.
"This new partnership represents a significant expansion for Leander in one of Europe's top online markets."
Microgame's CEO Marco Castaldo added: "We believe our customers' players will love the Leander games that will now be available to them. This agreement strengthens Microgame's leadership in the Italian market."