Yggdrasil, a fast-growing iGaming developer, continues its global growth by signing two more partnerships, including a Taiwanese social operator XSG, and of the industry’s largest platform developers, EveryMatrix, which also operates in the UK and Denmark.
Microgaming, one of the leading iGaming developers, has another slot up its sleeve and this time it promises to evoke the 70s nostalgia. It’s based on the iconic American disco group, Village People, which the studio will bring to life sometime in 2019 in a licensing deal with ITV Studios Global Entertainment.
Almost a couple of weeks ago Microgaming wrote that its Mega Moolah jackpot is at €12 million and rising. The good news is that it’s still up for grabs at a very rare €14.6 million and rising! So, if you think giving it a few spins wouldn’t hurt for a chance to become the second biggest mega jackpot winner in Microgaming’s history, then here’s what you need to know.
NetEnt, the iGaming developer that needs little introduction for most gamblers, has already announced three more new games for the coming weeks and months. Following the recent double release of Berryburst slots, the new games to launch soon include Double Stacks, Halloween Jack, and the long-awaited Vikings. Let’s see what they’ll have in store for you.
Having signed 13 new license agreements in Q2 2018, Yggdrasil has entered the next quarter with even more power, having already partnered with 5 new operators. This includes two major UK casinos: Genting and BetVictor.