Game Of Thrones Online Slot Coming From Microgaming

Published Wednesday, April 09, 2014 -
Game Of Thrones Online Slot Coming From Microgaming

Online gambling means slots for many players in the world and the biggest software company for the activity is Microgaming. Microgaming Software Systems Ltd is a privately held Isle of Man based software development company which claims to have released the first genuine online casino in 1994. The standard online casino powered by Microgaming has over six hundred games.

Microgaming has always been on the forefront of the newest and most popular slot games available today. Microgaming prides itself on its constant upgrade of offerings with new games being added each month. The slots are often related to popular media franchise subjects and titles. The latest announcement has most fans of the popular Home Box Office Series Game of Thrones series excited that the plot and characters will be turned into a slot game that could be a lot of fun to play.

The partnership’s representatives from Microgaming and HBO Licensing, were expressing excitement over the offering of the Game of Thrones slots with an expected launch date sometime later this year.

The Chief Executive Officer of Microgaming, Roger Raatgever, said that the acquisition of gaming licenses from the world’s leading media franchises has a big influence on the online gambling industry.  Raatgever expects that Microgaming will continue to obtain the best that’s available from the franchise offerings. Raatgever had this to say about the latest acquisition, “We are incredibly excited to have signed a licensing agreement for Game of Thrones, a highly relevant and extremely popular show.  We plan on taking all of the features of the small screen fantasy epic to create a masterpiece of a slot.”

Microgaming has its hands full putting this into a digital game format that may be available on mobile devises. The translation from the big screen can be difficult to achieve and fans are eagerly waiting for the result to be announced.

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