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Microgaming Announce December Plans

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High profile gaming software firm Microgaming has released details of its plans for the month of December, which include a range of new gaming content.

During the last month of 2019, the gaming giant, which is based in the Isle of Man, is set to add to its roster of games with a series of new titles produced by the Microgaming network. The network is made up of dozens of independent developers and gaming partners and regularly produces some of the firm’s newest and most sought-after games.

New Games

One of the first games to be released is Ivory Citadel, which has been produced by the Just For The Win brand. This is a five-reel slots title, featuring 20 paylines and a mystery theme. Ivory Citadel has already been released, as has North Storm, which came out last Thursday. North Storm, produced by Rabcat, is centred on a traditional ancient temple theme, with five reels and a bonus falls feature.

And lined up for the week ahead is Treasures of Lion City, which has been developed by Pulse 8 Studio. The game will include the rolling reels feature, well known from other Microgaming titles, along with a win meter that can lead to wins of over 2,000 times higher than the original stake. The fourth title set to come out in December is Stumpy McDoodles, an Irish-themed game by Foxium.

Speaking about the new releases, the Director for Global Operations, James Buchanan, said that they represented the further diversification of the Microgaming roster, and promised that there would be further new releases in 2020, as they aim to build on 2019’s success:

“We’re looking forward to building on that momentum as we head into 2020, when we will be revealing another wave of exciting releases and announcements to shake up the new year.”

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