Isle of Man-based casino software developer Microgaming has expanded its growing network of operator partners after teaming up with Rootz.

The supplier has announced that it has taken a selection of its online gaming content to the organisation via its Wildz casino brand.

Following a successful integration with Microgaming’s gaming platform, Rootz can now provide its players with access to an extensive collection of “diverse and innovative” slots, including the Thunderstruck II and Immortal Romance games. players will also have the chance to spin for potentially life-changing wins in Microgaming’s Mega Moolah progressive jackpot slot. 

Jean-Luc Ferriere, chief commercial officer at Microgaming, commented: “We are delighted to join forces with Rootz in a deal that will bring our diverse content to their online casino players, who can look forward to an entertaining collection of Microgaming’s most popular and engaging games.” 

Formed in 2017 and recently granted a B2C gaming licence from the Malta Gaming Authority to launch, its first casino brand, Rootz offers a wide range of solutions to the igaming market. 

Lasse Rantala, CEO at Rootz, stated: “We are excited to announce that we will be launching with Microgaming through our brand. As Microgaming is one of the longest-standing companies in the igaming industry, it is important for us that we carry their large selection of games which online casino players know well.” 

Yesterday Microgaming’s community driven initiative PlayItForward is preparing for the ride of its life, after entering a team into the 2019 Deloitte Ride Across Britain.

Lauded as an “epic nine-day cycling challenge,” PlayItForward has entered a team “comprising some of its most competitive and adventurous volunteers.” 

RAB covers 980 miles from Land’s End to John O’Groats, with the riders having pledged to raise at least £2,200 each as the team cycles its way towards a target of £15,400 for the charity.