Having previously announced striking a deal with 1X2 Network, the Italy-based online games developer and service provider Microgame has now completed the integration of the software company’s high-performing content. 1X2 Network’s titles will be available to all Italian operators powered by Microgame platform.
The agreement includes existing as well as upcoming products
Not only has Microgame gained access to popular games such as Faerie Nights, or Richie in Vegas, the provider will also receive titles that are due to be released in the near future. One of these projects that is currently in the works is 1X2 Network’s first ever Megaways slot, whose launch has been announced for the fourth quarter of 2019. The developer has been granted the licence to utilise the groundbreaking Megaways mechanic with the random reel modifier system by BTG after partnering with them in the beginning of August.
Besides that, the entire library of 1X2 Network’s titles has been certified for the Italian market, so the operators can access a wide variety of thrilling slots and table games from both of the supplier’s subsidiaries, 1X2gaming and Iron Dog Studio.
Both companies are excited to offer the newly integrated content to Italian audience
Following the integration, representatives of both sides have expressed satisfaction and optimism for their future collaboration.
Kevin Reid, Chief Commercial Officer at 1X2 Network, declared:
“We are thrilled to have fully integrated our content into the Microgame platform and for it now to be available to operators in Italy. Microgame is a power player and will help ensure our games are made available to more operators and more players than ever before, further establishing our brands in Italy.”
From Microgame, the company’s CEO, Marco Castaldo, commented:
“We are pleased to have completed our 1X2 Network integration. The process has been smooth and seamless and testament to the professionalism of both companies. We believe their slots and table games will prove to be hugely popular among players in Italy — as they have in other markets — and look forward to a long and successful partnership.”