Isle of Man-based casino software developer Microgaming has taken a wide selection of its casino content to Alderney licensed operator BGO Entertainment.

The Guernsey-based organisation, founded in 2012, boasts a number of brands, including,, and, lauded with having “a well-established presence in regulated European markets”.

BGO Entertainment stressed that its key objective is to bring to market the best casino and bingo products under one brand, as well as delivering an exceptional player experience. 

Andy Dymock, product director at BGO, commented on the agreement: “Expanding our offering to include Microgaming’s impressive portfolio of content demonstrates our commitment to providing our players with the greatest gaming experiences across our multiple skins. 

“We are always looking to add top new content, and are pleased to partner with such a reputable supplier of casino games which we know will resonate well with the BGO database.”

As a result of the link-up BGO has gained access to a selection of Microgaming’s portfolio, with the tailored software solution set to provide BGO players with the opportunity to enjoy some of the software supplier’s most entertaining casino games, which it hopes will provide an engaging gaming experience.

Jean-Luc Ferriere, chief commercial officer at Microgaming, added: “BGO have a well-established presence in the industry, and we are thrilled to extend our offering on their platform to enhance their existing portfolio and provide their players with the ultimate gaming experience.”

Earlier this month Microgaming added further strength to its bingo segment, with Leon Thomas drafted in to lead the division.

Further enhancing the online gaming supplier’s leadership team, the firm states that through the appointment it highlights a “commitment to progressing this important and growing product vertical”.

Coming complete with in excess of ten years relevant industry experience, Thomas joins Microgaming from specialist lottery and bingo games developer Instant Win Gaming, where he served as chief commercial officer.