• Slotegrator Announces Microgaming Added to its Single Protocol

    11 October 2017

    Slotegrator announces microgaming added to its single protocol

    Slotegrator, an online casino games aggregator with offices in Limassol, Cyprus, has announced this week that they will be adding over 400 Microgaming games to their single protocol solution. It's big news for the company that likes to stay at the forefront of industry news with constant new integrations and a presence at almost all Eastern European trade shows and conferences.

    While Microgaming has their own integrated service with Quickfire, featuring games from more than 20 developers, the Slotegrator deal seems to only include games made by Microgaming. It allows Slotegrator to include Microgaming slots in their unified protocol, which means that the new games, as well titles from past and future developers can be delivered in a single integration session. Microgaming will be joining Endorphina, Amatic Industries, Tom Horn, and Gameart among many others as their games become available via Slotegrator's unified protocol.

    Games by Multiple Providers Integrated in a Single Session

    When a casino chooses the service they also decide which games and providers will be included. Once the package is set, all game will become available to the casino. For instance, a customer could choose Microgaming, Endorphina, Habanero, Rabcat, and Gameart, yet opt out of bundling Amatic, Genesis, or iSoftBet products. A single deployment will bring all of their chosen games into the casino for players. The single protocol saves time and money as the chosen set is integrated in a single session, rather than individually through a single platform application programming interface.

    The addition of Microgaming slots raises the aggregator's offering to more than 600 games.

    Rapid Growth Last 5 Years

    Slotegrator launched in 2012 and provides a variety of services and products to the online gaming industry. The company is available to assist any new or existing online casinos. For start-ups, they can offer turn-key solutions and work personally with clients to craft the most specific and robust online presence possible today.

    Launched First Online Casino 1994

    Microgaming products include slots and table games as well as multi-player, bingo, poker, sportsbook, and live-dealer. Since launching the first online casino in 1994, Microgaming has produced more than 800 unique games with that number soaring well over 1,000 when each version of some games such as video poker are counted.

    Source

    Slotegrator Website, News


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