If you are an online player then you will be pleased to know that Amaya’s Italian slots are now being launched in the country by Microgame, the leading service provider for the remote gaming market in Italy. They are now offering some of the most popular slots that Amaya have in their portfolio, including games such as Serengeti Diamonds, Samurai Princess, Lost Temple, Thundering Zeus, Chilli Gold, Frogs ‘n Flies and Aladdin’s Legacy.
“The Amaya suite of casino games are well known in the industry for their player popularity and operator profitability,” said Massimiliano Casella, Chief Executive Officer of Microgame. “They will help us to maximize value for our partners. We look forward to a close relationship going forward.” Microgame are already big in the slot machine games industry in Italy: they power almost fifty of the most successful gaming companies in the country, with more than one hundred and sixty online brands on their books.
“Microgame is one of the most innovative Italian technology companies in the market,” said David Baazov, Chief Executive Officer of Amaya. “Italy is an important regulated market for us, and we will be looking to increase our market share in that country as it opens up for more business.” The company provides a full range of gaming products and services, such as casino games, poker, sports books, lottery games, and slot machines, and they are present in all major gaming markets in the world – they have offices in North America, Latin America, and Europe. If you have seen their name recently then it may have been in conjunction with a string of valuable and high profile deals, including the acquisition of Cryptologic (known for their pioneering online casino software and games packages), Ongame (known for poker software for the internet) and Cadillac Jack (a well known and successful manufacturer of land based slot machines). It is clear that their star is on the ascendant, and they do not show any signs of slowing down any time soon with deals like this under their belt and new markets opening up for them constantly.