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Microgaming Casino Comparison

Online CasinoLicensingSoftwareCashout TimesReverse TimesWeekend CashoutCasino Link
32RedGibraltar and UKGC Microgaming48Hrs24HrsNoPlay »
All British CasinoMalta and UKGCMultiple24Hrs24HrsNoPlay »
bet365Gibraltar / Malta / UKGCMultiple24Hrs0HrsYesPlay »
CasinoCasinoMalta and UKGCMultiple24Hrs24HrsNoPlay »
CasumoMalta and UKGCMultiple13Hrs - 24Hrs5Hrs / FlushableYesPlay »
Fun CasinoMalta and UKGCMultiple24Hrs24HrsNoPlay »
RizkMalta and UKGCMultiple5Hrs5HrsYesPlay »
Roxy PalaceGibraltar and UKGCMicrogaming48Hrs24HrsNoPlay »
ThrillsMalta and SwedenMultiple5Hrs5HrsYesPlay »
UnibetMalta and UKGCMultiple24Hrs0HrsYesPlay »
YakoMalta / Sweden / UKGCMultiple24Hrs24HrsNoPlay »

Isle of Man based casino software company Microgaming have been involved in the development of games for online casinos since 1994. The table above is a quick reference guide for our visitors, showcasing all the Microgaming powered online casinos that we currently feature and recommend here on Casino Gazette.

They are regarded as one of the best online casino game developers in the industry, being responsible for some classic games over the years. With games such as Thunderstruck, Immortal Romance and their whole host of progressive jackpot games being firm player favourites.

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An off the shelf powered Microgaming Casino nowadays would feature over 600 games and in the past, during the early 2000’s, acquiring a license from Microgaming for a casino to feature their games, was tough, very tough!

However, due to the increased competitiveness in the industry over the past decade, which has seen scores of casino game developers established, Microgaming have somewhat changed their stance.

Quickfire Games

As a result many online casinos that you will see powered by Microgaming are known as ‘Quickfire’ casinos. Quickfire Games is the company responsible for licensing Microgaming software to white label casino platform providers.

Microgaming therefore have lowered the bar for potential casino clients to be able to license their software, thanks to their third party licensing deal with Quickfire Games. Back in the day, when iGaming was in it’s infancy, a casino offering games from Microgaming, was akin to players being personally protected by the US President’s Secret Service agents. Such were the high standards that Microgaming adhered to when it came to licensing out their software.

Gone are the days of the casino client bloat, that players were expected to download and install. Now, it is a case with the increasing popularity of mobile gaming, a no download browser based casino experience is the order of the day.

The competition may have become fiercer over the years, but at the time of writing this overview of MGS, in their 25th year, they appear to continue to go from strength to strength.

By all means if you have something to say regards Microgaming, take advantage of the comments box below and let us know your thoughts.

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Simon Wright

Simon has been working within the iGaming Industry for some 20 years now. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for Casinomeister.com.

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