Microgaming Enters Content Deal With Spearhead Studios

Gaming giant Microgaming has announced that they've signed a content deal with Spearhead Studios and will make the group's games available on their content platform.

The agreement will give Spearhead access to multiple new markets and casino platforms, as they'll be providing Microgaming's platform with different casino titles. Spearhead is owned by EveryMatrix and is a newer developer, having launched in 2019. They currently have five games in their library, including Pirates of the Mediterranean, European Roulette, and Eternal Shogi. The company is aiming to release at least sixteen games this year, with blackjack figuring into the equation.

"Spearhead's team is thrilled to have the games showcased on Microgaming's platform as we know that many casino clients will now get access to our newly released titles," said Spearhead Studios Managing Director Mathias Larsson. "We have big ambitions, and the collaboration with Microgaming contributes tremendously to our objective of delivering content-specific casino games in several regulated European markets."

Microgaming's James Buchanan added: "Spearhead Studios joins an ever-expanding network of content partners supplying fresh and diverse games to our customers. We are delighted to welcome the team on board and look forward to adding their exciting titles to our content aggregation platform."

No details on the time for release are available as of press time.

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3 May 2020 - 11:43am
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Microgaming seems to be entering many deals with other game providers and I certainly think it is beneficial on both ends, as Microgaming gets more content to showcase and the smaller game providers get a bigger platform and more exposure 🙂

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Yeah, they've been doing that for a couple of years now and I think it's a smart way for Microgaming not only to invest less in their developing department but also make their game portfolio quite variate...looks like a win win situation for all the parties involved...including the punters themselves.

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