If there’s one global software developer that everyone wants to work with, it’s Microgaming. Although Microgaming continues to create its own slots such as Immortal Romance and Game of Thrones, it’s also started working exclusively with a range of independent software studios. These include Neon Valley, Alchemy, Slingshot and Triple Edge and it now plans to work alongside Eyecon as well.
Although Eyecon is owned by one of Microgaming’s biggest rivals, Playtech, it has secured a lucrative deal with Microgaming that will allow its extensive portfolio of games to be made available through the Microgaming content platform.
Eyecon’s Commercial Director, Paul Gielbert, describes the new deal as “a compelling partnership”, and he believes that it “is a great opportunity for us to increase the reach of our games”.
The Microgaming award-winning content platform is used by more than 800 gaming brands, all of whom will soon be able to benefit from an increased range of games.
Eyecon first became famous when it launched its Fluffy Favourites slot in 2006, and Fluffy Favourites is still one of the most-played games at many UK casino and bingo sites.
Although the Australian software developer is most famous for making video slots, it also makes casino games like blackjack, baccarat and video poker.
Since it started out in 1997, Eyecon has created more than 100 top titles. Although in recent years, the developer has started taking the gameplay and special features of its latest releases to new and exciting levels, many of its earlier games proved successful due to their simple rules, generous payouts and bonus rounds.
Just some of the slots that the Aussie software manufacturer has created over the years, all of which should soon be live on the Microgaming platform, are White Wizard, Temple of Isis, Irish Luck, Piggy Payout, Kingdom of Cash, Shaman’s Dream, Happy Birthday, Past the Post, Stampede and Hold the Safe.