It’s All Change for 2019
The turn of the New Year will see several changes in casino software development. Many leading casino software providers have already announced deals and partnerships which should see their enterprises expand and blossom as we move further into the year. Microgaming, High 5 Games, Red Tiger Gaming and Oryx Gaming are amongst those with big plans for the year ahead.
Microgaming Provides a Platform for Switch Studios
Microgaming has been around longer in the online casino game industry than any other provider. In recent years – with the launch of their Quickfire platform – they have offered a partnership pathway for many smaller-scale software providers to get a foothold in the industry.
This January, Microgaming is joining forces with another small-time provider hoping to make it in the casino world, Switch Studios. This company is a developer of casino table games. A new agreement between the two companies should see Switch Studios developed table games become accessible on the Quickfire platform at all major Microgaming casinos offering their open gaming system before the end of the month.
High 5 Looks Beyond the United Kingdom
High 5 Games have, thus far, remained firmly locked in the UK gambling industry. Often offering their titles at UK bingo sites, they haven’t seen any real growth for several years now. That may be about to change, though, after the casino software provider announced that they will be looking beyond the UK’s borders this year.
High 5 Games is one of many software providers to recently acquire a Swedish gaming license, just in time for the country’s new regulation to kick in. A total of 15 High 5 developed games will be making their debut at Swedish casinos this month, with a further 40 to go online over the next month. High 5 is also working on tentative deals to get their games into Danish, Spanish and Italian casinos, as well as making their first steps in the US gambling sector, at Pennsylvania licensed casinos.
Red Tiger Gaming Arrives in Latin America
Since their debut just a few years’ ago, Red Tiger Gaming’s rise has been rapid. With a foothold firmly established in the UK and European online gaming markets, the casino software provider is now looking to new horizons. They are another provider who is branching out this month, with Latin America in their sights.
Red Tiger has recently signed a deal with Caliente.mx, the leading casino operator in Mexico. Red Tiger’s games should be available to play at licensed casinos in the country before the end of the month, as they aim to make it big in Central America.
Oryx Gaming Joins the List of Top Providers at VideoSlots
VideoSlots Casino shouldn’t need too much of an introduction. The casino is known for having one of the largest collections of slots around. Now, their collection is set to get that little bit larger, after the company agreed to a deal with Oryx Gaming to host their slots.
Oryx’s slots have been developed in collaboration with Gamomat and Kalamba Games, two other small fish trying to make it in a big pond. By working together with Oryx, the trio has managed to gain substantial exposure for their new games at such a widely known online casino. Players at VideoSlots should be able to get their hands on the new games before the end of the week.