Microgaming heralds its entry onto the Ontario iGaming scene

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Prominent online casino games developer Microgaming has announced that it has followed the likes of Evolution Gaming Group AB, Play‘n GO and Bragg Gaming Group Incorporated in being granted permission to enter the newly-regulated iGaming market of Ontario.

The Isle of Man-based innovator used an official Monday press release to declare that its certification from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario means that it can now offer iGaming operators serving afficionados across Canada’s largest province a range of over 300 games ‘including both new and legendary online slots.’

Progressive premiere:

To celebrate its entry onto the iGaming scene of Canada and Microgaming asserted that it has just launched ‘its first ever ring-fenced progressive jackpot’ in the Maple Moolah innovation. The firm stated that this advance is exclusively available to players in Ontario as a ‘brand new take’ on its evergreen Mega Moolah escalating prize pool departure and could award lucky players with cash bounties worth up to $794,000.

Original opening:

James Buchanan serves as the Head of Games for Microgaming and he used the press release to disclose that his company has kicked off its Maple Moolah advance by integrating the pioneering prize engine within its new five-reel and 25-payline Gold Factory Jackpots Maple Moolah video slot. The experienced professional pronounced that this mobile-friendly title has been ‘inspired by the classic steampunk-styled Gold Factory’ predecessor and will be followed onto the iGaming market of Canada by ‘a wide range of popular partner content.’

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Read a statement from Buchanan…

“Now the Ontario market has opened, we’re thrilled to reveal the industry’s newest jackpot, Maple Moolah, which has all the makings of a market-leader. With its entire prize pool ring-fenced for players in the province, we can’t wait to see the first Maple Moolah millionaire made.”

Extensive expansion:

Microgaming’s entry into Ontario comes at the same time as the developer revealed that it intends to make a collection of 18 new games available to its global club of operating partners this month including the high-volatility 25,000 Talons title from partner Alchemy Gaming. The provider proclaimed that this ‘North-American wildlife-themed’ advance dropped on Tuesday featuring ‘modern features and a classic slot feel with fierce creatures, golden eagles, random fire spins and a choice of free spins’ in addition to a wheel bonus feature that could pay out up to €500,000 ($544,300).

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Rejuvenated revelation:

The online casino games developer used a Wednesday press release to note that these new releases are to additionally cover the five-reel and 40-payline Dungeons and Diamonds video slot from PearFiction Studios as well as a refreshed take on the Gold Collector title from All41 Studios in the Gold Collector: Diamond Edition advance. It went further in professing that it has just debuted the double-reeled Vegas Cash from SpinPlay Games complete with ‘all the bright lights and flashy sights you’d expect from the glitzy Las Vegas Boulevard.’

Slot sensations:

As if all of this wasn’t enough and Microgaming stated that Just For The Win’s five-reel Wildfire Wins video slot will be winging its way to partner operators from April 19 just before the science fiction-themed Rhino Rilla Rex title from Crazy Tooth Studio makes its first appearance. It declared that these will be prefaced by the launch of Gong Gaming Technologies’ five-reel and 20-payline Royal League Spin City Lux as well as the spellbindingly mysterious Magical Reels title from Northern Lights Gaming.

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Entertainment explosion:

Finally, Microgaming pronounced that it will be dropping the Dealers Club Roulette creation from Real Dealer Studios on April 25 some two days before the Fiona’s Fortune video slot from Gold Coin Studios hits complete with its patented Link&Win mechanic and Express Collect prize feature. It affirmed that these will bulk up a portfolio that will have been recently boosted via the addition of the Premier Blackjack with Buster Blackjack and Auto Roulette titles from Switch Studios.

Read a statement from Microgaming…

“From our partner network, Microgaming is set to bring a range of new titles including Gladiator Legends from Hacksaw Gaming, Wolf Strike by Iron Dog Studio, Khan’s Wild Quest from Booming Games, Follow the Honey from Inspired Gaming and Eugenio from MGA Games.”

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