August 19, 2020 written by

Eyecon joins forces with Microgaming

In August 2020 Eyecon and Microgaming signed a new deal. This partnership means that Eyecon’s full range of games will now be accessible to Microgaming’s customers all over the world.

This is a major step for Eyecon. Because of the deal its games will now be available in over 20 regulated markets and on over 800 gaming brands across the globe.

As a result of this deal, widely-popular Eyecon titles like Shaman’s Dream, Fluffy Favourites, Irish Luck, Autumn Gold, Stampede, and Temple of Iris will reach even more players. As these new players try out the games, no doubt Eyecon’s titles will gain even more fans!

Who are Microgaming and Eyecon?

Microgaming hardly need any introduction as they are one of the foremost online gaming content brands in the world. They launched their first online casino software in 1994 and since then have gone from strength to strength.

With hundreds of top games in their portfolio and top-quality casino software, Microgaming are undoubtedly a giant in the online gaming industry.

This is why partnering with Microgaming will reap such benefits for Eyecon. Microgaming will be able to add more unique and exciting games to their portfolio, and Eyecon will be able to enjoy the fact these games will reach a much wider audience.

Eyecon originally launched as a computer game company, turning to online casino games in 1999. Over the next two decades they released many top games which many casino fans know and love.

Eyecon use their creative skills alongside their technical skills to make visually appealing, entertaining games for players. These will now be shared with many more people across the world thanks to Microgaming’s partnership.

“fresh and innovative”

Leon Thomas, Commercial Director at Microgaming had this to say about the deal with Eyecon:

“Looking forward to a successful and mutually-beneficial partnership with Eyecon. The deal will enable Microgaming to bolster its content offering with Eyecon’s iconic collection of casino slots, while also providing Eyecon with significantly greater exposure, scale and reach. Microgaming continues to collaborate with top-performing content partners such as Eyecon to keep its diverse, industry-leading games portfolio fresh and innovative for its customers.”

Following on from this, Paul Gielbert, Commercial Director of Eyecon said:

“We are really excited to launch Eyecon’s extensive portfolio of games across Microgaming’s content platform. This is a great opportunity for us to increase the reach of our games, along with our enhanced engagement tools, via the huge distribution that Microgaming offers. This is a compelling partnership that will provide Microgaming customers and their players with well known, market-leading titles.”

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