Mobile casino gaming brand BetWarrior has made a notable addition to its online casino offering by signing up with well-known developer Microgaming.
The deal with Microgaming will enable BetWarrior to expand its current range of casino games by adding a host of new slots titles produced by the Isle of Man software company.
BetWarrior have pitched themselves as an innovative mobile gaming provider designing a platform for online gambling that can be tailored to the needs of individual operators, which the company hopes will enable them to sell their product in fully developed and newly regulated markets.
And it seems that their model has plenty of appeal for Microgaming, according to the comments of James Buchanan, the Microgaming Director of Global Operations:
“BetWarrior caught our eye with their innovative approach and fully native mobile app. With a strong team of industry veterans leading the project, this was one that we wanted to get behind early on with the addition of our award-winning content.”
By integrating Microgaming content into their platform, BetWarrior will be able to offer a vastly increased range of titles, including popular slots such as Thunderstruck II and Book of Oz, together with some of Microgaming’s licensed titles like Lara Croft Temples and Tombs and Game of Thrones.
Speaking about the deal, the Casino Product Manager of BetWarrior, Katalin Horvath, said that adding Microgaming’s content would help them in their mission of developing a world-leading mobile gaming experience.
BetWarrior was founded earlier this year by two former PokerStars executives, focusing on providing innovative sports betting and casino gaming products, powered by machine learning and artificial intelligence, to markets in Latin America and Europe. Earlier this month the company announced deals with two Brazilian soccer teams, and clearly has ambitions to expand on both sides of the Atlantic, which will be boosted by this new link with Microgaming.