Dragonfish Contracted by Microgame for Italy's Gambling Market

Published Tuesday, August 03, 2010 - Online-Casinos.com

Interests in the Italian online gambling market have not subsided since the country started to offer the products to it's gaming public legally. Companies such as 888Holdings plc have been making excellent progress in the Italian market via it's separate business to business (b2b) division Dragonfish.
Microgame S.p.A. has contracted Dragonfish to provide the Italian market exclusively with a complete online casino offering. Dragonfish’s comprehensive software platform of games, accessible user interface and mouldable back office administration will make it easy and simple for Microgame and it's partners to integrate payment processing and customer interaction services.
At 1.7 million customer accounts Microgame, which was formed in 1996, is Italy’s most significant online gambling service provider. With the lions share of Italy's sports wagering and online poker gambling sectors Microgame claims the lead role in Italy's lucrative internet gambling market.
CEO of 888 Holdings plc, and interim director of  Dragonfish, Gigi Levy, commented on the agreement, "The agreement is another significant step forward for Dragonfish in the regulated Italian gaming market and provides us with the platform to become one of the largest casino providers in Italy." Levy added, "The Italian e-gaming market is the largest in Europe, and there is massive potential for online casino activity. We have worked hard with Microgame to identify the best games for this market and look forward to delivering a premier casino product to the Italian gaming community."
Microgame's, President and CEO, Fabrizio D’Aloia, also commented, "As the leading remote gaming service provider in Italy our move into the new online casino market is a natural progression for the business. Mr. D'Aloia continued, "Dragonfish has an outstanding track record in delivering high quality online casino games and this agreement provides us with the perfect platform to achieve new growth in the Italian gaming market."



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