Microgaming Software is one of the most popular online casino software manufacturers amongst both players and operators alike.
Established in 1994, Microgaming also powered the Net’s first online casino, The Gaming Club, and today powers over 150 online casinos. Including the multiple award winning 32Red.
Microgaming’s Casino Software platform features in excess of 850 games, including classic table games such as blackjack, baccarat, roulette, craps as well as newer table games like Pai Gow Poker, Cyberstud Poker (Caribbean Stud Poker), and Poker Ride (Let ‘Em Rid).
The casino product offering from Microgaming also features arguably the Net’s most popular video poker games such as Jacks or Better, Aces and Faces, and Deuces Wild.
Microgaming are also responsible for many of the slot games which we feature within our own Online Slots Guide.
Continually Releasing New Games
Microgaming also produces many of the Net’s favourite slots, including the highly-popular Lara Croft Tomb Raider and Hitman slots, as well as many other unique and entertaining slots, arguably the largest selection online. In 2007, Microgaming was the first to launch in-casino slot tournaments featuring some of its most popular games.
As an innovator in the online gaming space, Microgaming was also the first to launch a progressive jackpot slot machine – CashSplash, which launched in 2000. It’s Major Millions progressive slot was the first to pay out a jackpot of more than $1 million, and its MegaMoolah progressive jackpot was the first to launch multi-level jackpots.
Today, Microgaming operates over a dozen different progressive jackpot games for slots, video poker, and table games. With this number increasing year on year.
Microgaming also operates the Microgaming Poker Network, featuring many poker rooms operating on a shared network, ensuring high network liquidity with thousands of players always available for a game.
Tournaments of all sizes take place around the clock, many of them serving as qualifiers to big land-based poker tournaments such as the annual World Series of Poker held in Las Vegas. Bad beat jackpots games are also available around the clock.
Live Dealer Games
MicroGaming used to have a pretty great live dealer product and one of the most player friendly live blackjack house rules, but now they have closed the Canadian studios and all that is left is the ones focusing on Asia.
Based in the Isle of Man
Microgaming’s offices are located in the tranquil surroundings on the Isle of Man and headed up by Chief Executive Roger Raatgever. Whilst not known for conversing with players on the various casino forums, Microgaming are accessible at the numerous iGaming exhibitions and shows which are held annually.
The software company are also responsible for some of the largest Progressive Jackpots ever won online. Indeed their Bingo Network paid out nearly £6 million to one very lucky winner.
Regarded as innovators in their field, with their games in some cases ground breaking, Microgaming have formed successful commercial partnerships with global brands. Playboy being one and ‘Blockbuster’ movies such as Jurassic Park and Terminator from the world of film.
Responsible gambling is also something that the company takes very seriously. As a result, along with 888 Microgaming were instrumental in setting up eCOGRA back in 2003.
Microgaming are responsible for providing the software for hundreds of online casinos. This has mushroomed over the past few years, thanks in part to their Quick Fire browser based casino solutions.
Whilst this has opened up the possibility of many operators being able to use their software, Microgaming are still rightly regarded as a casino software company that goes the extra mile in performing ‘due diligence’ before allowing their software to be used.
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