Microgaming is once again hoping to steal the spotlight from its competition at the ICE Totally Gaming conference taking place in February in London.
They will be revealing six new games from their lucrative partnerships with independent studios and unveil their direction for the year ahead so we can’t wait to meet them at the popular Microgaming Bar (N5-120).
After a year of exceptional growth and stunning new games, the award-winning provider is set to bring an exhilarating display of breathtaking entertainment to ExCeL London for ICE 2019. This will be a year of diverse content judging by the titles announced for ICE.
Over the three-day expo, Microgaming will unveil its diverse array of exclusive games and premium content taking place at their renowned Microgaming Bar where each of the six leading game studios will give all they have to meet the needs of Microgaming’s customers. Visitors will be able to immerse themselves into the unique mechanics and features of its latest and upcoming releases.
The fun begins with a disco-tinged trip back to the 70s in the new Village People online slot, developed exclusively by Fortune Factory Studios. Agent Jane Blonde Returns, the second game by Stormcraft Studios promises iconic superspy thriller. This is not the end for fearless heroines since Just For The Win will promote its cyber-punk adventure Shotgun of Time.
Celebrating the supplier’s fifteenth anniversary with Square Enix which marks the longest-running brand partnership in the industry, Triple Edge Studios developed the third instalment of Lara Croft game. The studio line-up is completed by Slingshot Studios, behind new release Banana Odyssey, while Blackjack from Switch Studios will expand Microgaming’s portfolio of table games.
Apart from these spectacular reveals, visitors can expect surprise performances by professional DJ who will transport them to the Microgaming world with his beats.
Microgaming will also continue its strong commitment to sustainability and lowering its environmental impact as a part of the long-running CSR programme, Microgaming PlayItForward. Their stand will provide extensive recycling facilities and adopt a zero-plastic policy and therefore support Clarion and Ecobooth’s initiative to reduce trade show waste.