Microgaming Demonstrates Their Focus on Mobile Once Again

March 12, 2014


Over the past month or so, Microgaming has really shown that they are still 100 percent behind their mobile products. For the month of March, they added two new titles to their HTML5 offering that's seen as the future of mobile. The first was Mayan Princess, a 20-payline video slot that's based on a Mayan theme with big pyramids and a jungle setting. You can get up to 20 free spins with a 2x multiplier added to all of your wins in this game. On top of that, they also added Tiger's Eye, and this title is a 40-payline video slot that also has a jungle theme. With its increasing multipliers during the free spins, this is a game that you don't want to miss.

On top of that, they also have a special Android client that they have been working on, and a total of 14 new titles were added to it in March. This includes some of the most popular titles that Microgaming has ever released including Major Millions, Starlight Kiss, Treasure Nile and Burning Desire. The Dark Knight Rises was also added to the Android application, and that's a pretty big deal because that's one of their most popular branded releases of the past year.

Microgaming's Head of Product Channels Neill Whyte said, "We are very excited to be adding The Dark Knight Rises on mobile — we consider this to be the best mobile game in the marketplace. We are working tirelessly to develop our blockbuster and signature games for the mobile arena, as we recognize that more and more players are turning to their portable devices to play slots. Expect to see more exciting games added to our mobile platform in the coming months!"

The focus that Microgaming has had on their mobile products is a pretty big deal. They haven't been playing around with it as you can see by their numerous additions to their mobile platforms. The additions to the HTML5 platform are especially important for the long run as this is seen by many experts as being the future of the online gambling world. It's great to see the path that they are taking with this, and it will be especially interesting to see what happens when other online casino software companies realize that they need to catch up or risk falling behind in a major way behind Microgaming and their massive mobile efforts.