Isle of Man casino game giants Microgaming have announced their teaming up with the independent game studio, Switch Studios, who will be providing them with additional casino table game content, which they can the offer to their operators.
Switch Studios who are providing their table game content exclusively to Microgaming, have already six new table games established which will go live among Microgaming’s portfolio of casino game content in the very near future.
Switch Studios have already been instrumental in the creation of blackjack variants which will be made available by Microgaming, these Atlantic City, Classic, Vegas Strip and Vegas Downtown table games. Furthermore variants of roulette and baccarat will also be made available over time.
Speaking about the link up with Switch Studios, Microgaming’s Director of Global Operations, James Buchanan, said: “We have further expanded our table games offering with the launch of six exciting new titles from Switch Studios, developed exclusively for Microgaming.”
“Each of the six creations realises Switch Studios’ ambition to refresh the table games market with exciting casino experiences. The suite of blackjack games, along with the new baccarat title, are sure to set the standard for a new breed of table gaming.”
With Tom David, Head of Studio at Switch Studios, commenting: “We are excited to see Microgaming release six new games under the Switch Studios brand. Our latest blackjack and baccarat titles combine immersive gameplay with stunning visuals, to provide new and seasoned players with a thrilling, modern and enjoyable mobile-friendly gameplay experience both at home and on the go.”
“Each game comes with a unique built-in feature allowing operators to put their own stamp on it, by applying their own branding to the felt colour, table logo stamp, card back colour and card back logo.”
“We aim to bring innovation, style and the best selection of games to the online table gaming sector, and we look forward to creating more exclusive titles for Microgaming next year.”