Malta-based gaming content specialist Booming Games has become the latest firm to align itself with Microgame, continuing a busy period for the Italian platform provider.
Via the deal Microgame, who serve its nation’s regulated igaming market, have agreed to team up and distribute the Booming Games portfolio of slots.
Under the terms of this latest agreement Booming Games’ suite of titles, comprising in excess of 30 HTML5 slot games, including popular titles like Booming Bananas, Lava Loca and latest release Sugar Skulls, will be available through the Microgame platform and its Italian operators.
Marco Castaldo, general manager at Microgame, commented: “We are constantly looking to add unique content to our platform to provide our operators with the best gaming portfolio.
“Booming Games‘ wide range of slot games equipped with unique and innovative features will be a valuable addition to our platform.”
A short time ago Booming Games appointed Oleh Lohaziak to the position of senior game developer, adding to a host of talent recruited from the likes of Betsson, Playtech, Scientific Games, NetEnt and Yggdrasil Gaming.
Regarding the company’s latest manoeuvre, Frederik Niehusen, chief commercial officer at Booming Games, added: “We are excited to partner with an industry leading content provider like Microgame.
“Microgame will further expand our reach and help us to continue to strengthen our presence in Italy.”
Continuing its own Italian market progress, which saw deals completed alongside OIA Services, Betsson’s StarCasino and Kindred’s numerous Italian brands, Pragmatic saw its portfolio made available to the firm.
Melissa Summerfield, chief commercial officer at Pragmatic Play, explained at the time: “We are delighted to have agreed a deal with Microgame, an extremely well established and highly regarded provider in an exciting market.
“Cementing our position as a premium provider in regulated markets is central to our strategy, and this agreement is another step towards our ambitions as we grow our mobile-focused, client-centric delivery.”