Microgaming operating in Regulated European Markets

September 13, 2012

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Online gambling is currently being regulated at national levels in Europe and each country is creating its own set of rules and regulatory authority.

Online gambling operators and software providers have, therefore, found it necessary to create county wise strategies for Europe. Microgaming has announced that, through associated concerns, it has been able to make inroads into two of the smaller European markets, namely Denmark and Belgium.

TivoliCasino.dk, an online casino operator that operates in the regulated market of Denmark, has chosen QuickFire, powered by Microgaming as its software provider.

Head of Gaming at Tivoli Casino, Dam-Johnsen, said that Quick-Fire was the obvious choice for an operator entering the recently regulated Danish market. He added that QuickFire has lots of experience in other Scandinavian markets and is forever increasing its portfolio of games.

Microgaming is currently operating through Prima Networks in Belgium. The complete range of innovative games from Microgaming is offered by the group to operators. Prima Networks has announced that it intends tying up with Win2day.be, which belongs to the popular Casinos Austria International group and that it will be launching Belgium’s first officially licensed online bingo room powered by Prima Networks.

CO-CEO of Win2day.be, Emmerich Hager, said that it was a fantastic achievement to be the first operator to provide the market-leading content from Microgaming to the Belgian market.

Director of Prima Networks, Loraine Schoevers, also confirmed that this new deal was a very exciting move for them as it was their first step into the Belgian market. At present, Prima Networks is operating in Spain.


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