Microgaming has added yet another name to its spread of studios. Indeed, they’ve recently announced they’ll distribute tastier and new slots, thanks to a deal with Gameburger.
Apparently, Microgaming wants to enhance its classic American game library. And a deal with Gameburger will do that.
Indeed, Gameburger aims to create games that are both entertaining and interactive. But most importantly slots that offer classic gameplay while using modern mechanics and graphics too.
Without a doubt, innovation is vital for studios who are looking to stand out in a competitive market. And yet, most players prefer innovation with moderation. Well at least for those who are new to online casinos.
The truth is that nowadays, some emerging game developers try too hard to innovate, and this results in complex gameplay. At the end of the day, who wants to spend time learning a slot instead of relaxing and having fun?
But, Gameburger thinks they have a winning recipe on their hands. And modernising a hit slot like Break da bank should please the player’s appetite. In fact, the new Break da Bank Again Respin is a great enhancement on the original slot that surfaced 11 years ago. The sequel game looks better and also has Re-Spins, Free Spins, and a higher RTP too.
Microgaming might be one of the first content distributors in iGaming. And yet, with deals like this one, they’re showing that their experience and ideas can indeed go hand and hand.
Microgaming’s CEO, John Coleman, was over the moon with their latest partnership and said. “The team’s experience and personality, coupled with their relentless drive to innovate, will serve us in good stead.”
Matt Carvajel, Gameburger’s lead creative mind, was also excited about bringing his vision to life. He said that he and his team strive to offer “the best of the best” when it comes to game designs and features.