Microgaming Welcomed to Ontario iGaming

Much like the US, Canada is currently undergoing huge change in different provinces to welcome a whole host of online casinos and betting operators as well as welcoming many different games developers to their market too – recent announcements include the likes of Evolution Gaming, Play’n GO, and Bragg Gaming Group, but one of the biggest names in casino games development has also been welcomed as Microgaming has found its entry into the Canadian iGaming market too, and will look to provide iGaming operators in the country with a range of over 300 games with well-established titles and old classics alike.

In a bid to attract new players and show its commitment to the Canadian market, Microgaming have announced its first ever ringfenced progressive jackpot game and a new innovation which will be available exclusively in Ontario at least for now – its new take on its Mega Moolah game could see prize pools with cash bounties up to $794,000, and whilst it hasn’t been announced how long this game will remain exclusive for it will be a fantastic addition for Canadian audiences to enjoy before the rest of the world have the opportunity to play too – it also comes at a time where Microgaming have announced a collection of 18 new games as part of it’s launched which won’t all be exclusives but will be around some North American themes, and bonuses that could range up to $500,000 too.

The announcement from the company doesn’t end there though as it seems they’re packing in a huge amount of releases and changes to happen throughout April and further too, changes will be aimed at a wide variety of their different slots and live games alike with bigger bonuses and changes to some gameplay features too and said at the same time “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” which names a few of the big ones to be expected.

It will be tough to find a better launch and better partnerships than being experienced with Canada’s and North America’s huge partnerships for online casinos but will open some fantastic opportunities for future partnerships and developers to become involved too, and those will likely find following announcements in the coming months as the online market becomes more established and future changes are made.

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