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Online betting software group Microgaming has announced that they've partnered with operator DoubleUp Group to help launch a new betting site, Doggo Casino.
The deal will see Microgaming's Quickfire platform providing a large slate of games from its own studio as well as partner developers. There will be progressive jackpots available as well as hundreds of slot machines and a large number of table games like blackjack and roulette. Doggo Casino's management group is based out of the Netherlands, and now has an office in Malta, allowing it to target large swaths of the European market.
Doggo Casino hasn't officially launched yet, but it's likely that it will begin operations in the very near future.
Regarding the deal, Microgaming's COO Andrew Clucas said, "DoubleUp Group is entirely focused on providing a retention-focused player experience which makes Microgaming the perfect partner for them The Doggo Casino audience will not only have instant access to our new and exclusive content released each month but also hit titles from our awesome partner studios. DoubleUp Group has a great future ahead and we are excited to be part of their journey."
DoubleUp Group Managing Director Ale Rallo added: "There are many competing iGaming providers, but Microgaming is the perfect partner for DoubleUp Group's launch strategy. Microgaming's mammoth status and unparalleled game portfolio ensures player engagement and longevity. Together, we'll create an enviable online casino."