Microgaming Launches Revitalized ‘Prima’ Poker Software

Published Monday, July 30, 2018 - Online-Casinos.com
Microgaming Launches Revitalized ‘Prima’ Poker Software

The online gambling industry offers clients a huge variety of entertainment choices of which online poker is the most played on a global scale. There are numerous software firms that supply the poker playing platforms and the iconic developer Microgaming is one of the giants. The result of the effort to “revitalise” its product Microgaming has announced the launch of its new ‘Prima’ poker software on the Microgaming Poker Network.

An easier to navigate rewards system along with a streamlined interface, as well as high-definition graphics and a blind cash game lobby, Microgaming says the software upgrade has been designed “with players in mind”.

Useful tools for the poker enthusiast are available now. One that is featured reveals overall profit and loss across all game varieties, with the player able to filter searches.

The newly installed Chief Commercial Officer at Microgaming Jean-Luc Ferriere said: “It is an exciting and pivotal time for the Microgaming Poker Network.” “The launch of Prima marks another move in our strategy to continue developing products centred around giving players the best poker experience with a more intuitive client, optimised for any device.”

Head of Product network games at Microgaming, Alex Scott, also commented “This is our biggest and most important poker release, and the culmination of a multi-year strategy to revitalise our product and leapfrog the competition.”

Scott continued, “I’m proud of what the team has achieved and I’m so excited about what we are going to build together in the coming months.”

The software rolling out has begun with the new product being made available by the end of July 2018. The roll out of a new development in the online poker world from Microgaming comes after a major change in senior level staff as well as being in the middle of a rebranding of Microgaming Software Systems.


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