agrees Microgaming deal as it strives for Spanish dominance has announced a content based agreement with Isle of Man-based gaming developer Microgaming, taking on its suite of titles.

Lauding the company as “one of the biggest games providers in the world,” the Betsson Group entity, which boasts approximately 20 brands in its portfolio, also states it comes complete “with one of the more complete and high quality catalogues in the industry”.

Taking on titles such as Immortal Romance, Thunderstruck II and Book of Oz, stressed in a media statement: “as well as the rest of providers in, all Microgaming games will have a perfectly adapted experience to the specific device the customers are playing with, allowing them to have fun whenever and wherever they want”.

Via this newest integration agreement, the catalogue of slots available on is set to soar above the 400 mark, seeing it become “one of the largest providers in the Spanish market” in the process.

Andrea Rossi, managing director for southern Europe and LatAm in the Betsson Group, commented: “We are trying to complete the best casino games catalogue in the Spanish market, in order to deliver the best customer experience our players can find.

“Their enjoyment is our main objective in every move we make, and we will continue to keep adding to our catalogue to make sure it is best-in-class for our customers.”

This launch follows Microgaming confirming that it has renewed its agreement with Square Enix, and will produce a third Tomb Raider branded online slot more than a decade after its last instalment.

Janet Swallow, vice president of licensing at Square Enix West, stated: “We look forward to continue working with Microgaming to develop another successful branded online slot game.

“We are excited to see a new action-packed Lara Croft adventure launch to the igaming world, and look forward to the big reveal at ICE 2019.”