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The company will provide more than 100 games from its studio and subsidiaries during the calendar year, while also putting out more than 240 games from other studios on their Quickfire platform. Many of these games are set to be shown at the ICE show in London next week, where the group will have a large presence. Their stand will have nine additional studios featured, showing the different games that these studios provide to the Quickfire platform on an exclusive basis.
There will also be new progressive jackpot games added and shown off. To date, Microgaming's jackpot network has paid out more than &euro1.1 billion.
Commenting on the expo Microgaming CEO John Coleman said, "ICE 2020 will see Microgaming introduce its latest suite of high-quality, entertainment-driven games, scheduled to launch throughout the year on our award-winning content aggregation platform. Joined by talented and passionate specialists from nine of the independent studios behind our latest and upcoming exclusive titles, attendees can expect a lively welcome to Microgaming's world in the heart of London."