Mobile Innovation from Microgaming

Microgaming, a leader in online casino software, is also leading the innovation found in the mobile gaming industry. The mobile gaming software provider offers one of the biggest selections of games that can be accessed across the various mobile platforms. Microgaming has recently released two new mobile casino games, Spring Break and Ladies Nite.

Microgaming launched its first mobile casino as far back as 2004, and has been growing and evolving as the mobile gambing market has grown and evolved. The mobile casino software provider supplies mobile products to 42 leading brands.

Mobile gamers will find 75 different mobile games offered across the various Microgaming platforms, including mobile poker, mobile casino games, and more. These games include HTML5 games, which offer some of the most popular Microgaming online casino slot games such as Mermaids Millions and Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.

Microgaming is getting ready to launch Blaze Mobile, which will come with the popular and exciting fast-fold poker game variant. Microgaming is also in the process of preparing a Mobile Bingo offering.

“We are focused on creating a highly innovative and flexible offering for the mobile gaming market,” said Neill Whyte, the Head of Product Channels at Microgaming. “We are market leaders in mobile gaming and intend to stay in the number 1 spot by providing custom-made solutions for premier brands. Our two newest HTML5 games, Ladies Nite and Spring Break, are a great addition to our already large portfolio of mobile games.”

Microgaming has also developed the unique mobile gaming interface, known as the ‘swipe and tap’ interface. Microgaming’s mobile casino players enjoy ‘a smooth gaming experience’ while they also enjoy the detailed graphics available on the HTML5 interface. This interface gives players the option to play mobile casino games whenever they wish to.

Microgaming’s mobile games can be played on more than 3,000 mobile devices, including the well known iPad, iPhone, and iPod from Apple, along with Android powered mobile devices and