Microgaming to Distribute All41 Studios Games

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Online betting firm Microgaming announced today that they've signed an agreement with Estonia-based All41 Studios and will distribute the group's casino games on an exclusive basis.

The agreement will give All41 a great platform to distribute their games, as Microgaming is one of the largest software groups in the industry. The company is gearing up to release their first game, Le Kaffee Bar, which will be exclusive to GVC casino brands for three weeks before being distributed to the rest of Microgaming's clients. After this release, All41 will work on developing additional titles, which will also be released by Microgaming.

Commenting on the agreement All41 Studios' Julia Saburova said, "We are very excited to be working with Microgaming and look forward to providing the supplier with new and innovative content for their extensive portfolio of operators. Our mission is to entertain, innovate and deliver the very best gaming experiences. Whether it comes down to game mechanics, graphics or sound, we are determined and driven to craft only the very best of the best."

Microgaming CEO John Coleman added: "With their unique personality and expertise, All41 Studios are a welcome addition to our global network of independent game development studios, which continue to ensure that Microgaming supplies unique and tailored original content in an ever-changing market. Le Kaffee Bar is the first in a series of engaging and innovative games to be unveiled by the studio in the coming months."

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13 May 2019 - 5:54pm
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I've noticed it's a usual practice for Microgamong to sign this kind of deals and adding smaller independent developers games for their portfolio instead of developing too many games themselves and I think it's a wise politic that.

For sure the game developers are really happy themselves being offered the possibility of using Microgaming channels for distribution and gaining a huge exposure for their products because of that.