Microgaming Signs Gameburger Studios to Exclusive Content Deal

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Online casino giant Microgaming has announced that they've signed a content supply deal with Gameburger Studios and will distribute the group's games to their operating partners as a result.

The deal will see Gameburger's titles exclusively being offered at Microgaming partners, with the first game released being Break da Bank Again Respin, which is a new take on the slot of the same name that was released in 2008. The new version will feature better visuals, respins, and higher RTP percentage. Further games will be released to the platform as they're developed.

Gameburger Studios Creative Designer Matt Carvajal spoke about the deal, noting: "We are very excited to collaborate with Microgaming and look forward to providing the leading supplier with fresh new content for their extensive portfolio of operators. Our mission is to entertain, innovate and deliver the very best gaming experiences with a classic American style, and we are determined to serve up only the very best of the best. Break da Bank Again Respin offers fans and new players all the key ingredients of the original game, combined with the popular Respin feature and elevated with vivid artwork, sounds and higher RTP."

Microgaming CEO John Coleman added: "We are thrilled to welcome Gameburger to our global network of independent game development studios. The team's experience and personality, coupled with their relentless drive to innovate, will serve us in good stead as we continue to supply the market with unique, feature-packed content."

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29 August 2019 - 5:59pm
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Never heard of that developer before but in the last couple of years it's been a huge part of Microgaming business signing a deal like this which I think is a smart politic from their side which also benefits these small independent developers as well.