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IGAME JOINS MICROGAMING POKER NETWORK

We are delighted that iGame Malta has chosen to move to the Microgaming Poker Network, and we know that the iGame players will find the MPN, with its focus on creating an ecologically sound poker environment, to be a welcome home.

“We are in also advanced discussions with a number of other major operators looking to join the Microgaming Poker Network. The significant advances Microgaming has made to the way the poker network is managed via our Network Management Board, coupled with major software developments, has made the MPN the network of choice for top tier operators looking for a stable, long term strategic partner. We look forward to announcing more operators joining the network in the near future.”

Microgaming is recognized as the world’s largest provider of online gaming software. The website www.microgaming.co.uk is proud to announce that the iGame Malta Ltd will join the Microgaming Poker Network also known as MPN.

iGaming Malta is famous for running poker websites such as 24Poker.com, Pokerihuone.com, Casinohuone.com, NoiQ.com and iGame.com and has a player database of around one million. The operators are currently in the progress of moving the present network to Microgaming Poker Network by the end of this year

It will join the MPN, iGame Malta Ltd and also offer a range of QuickFire products that are powered by Microgaming. There will be over 350 casino games and among them Microgaming’s blockbuster slots and licensed products such as Thunderstruck II, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider™ and Hellboy™.

Tommi Maijalaa, who is the managing director for iGaming Holding Ltd. has said, “We are thrilled to be joining the Microgaming Poker Network and securing for our players access to the highest quality poker software, good liquidity and a secure long-term future. The experience of players is always our utmost priority, so joining the MPN is a very natural development for us. We have received excellent support from Microgaming and very much look forward to working with them into the future.”

Lydia Melton, who is the head of Network of Gaming at Microgaming has added, “We are delighted that iGame Malta has chosen to move to the Microgaming Poker Network, and we know that the iGame players will find the MPN, with its focus on creating an ecologically sound poker environment, to be a welcome home.

“We are in also advanced discussions with a number of other major operators looking to join the Microgaming Poker Network. The significant advances Microgaming has made to the way the poker network is managed via our Network Management Board, coupled with major software developments, has made the MPN the network of choice for top tier operators looking for a stable, long term strategic partner. We look forward to announcing more operators joining the network in the near future.”

Source: Microgaming