Tue, Nov 20, 11:49am by Staff Writer
Microgaming is ready to change the way punters play table games with independent game studio Switch Studios set to develop content exclusively for the online gaming supplier.
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Based in Ipswich in the United Kingdom, Switch Studios will develop table content including roulette, blackjack and other table game variants for microgaming customers.
Roulette is the first of a full suite of games developed by Switch Studios, with Blackjack to be unveiled in the coming months.
Switch’s take on the classic table game roulette features a realistic 3D roulette wheel with lifelike ball behaviours.
It is based on a brand new game engine and supports racetrack betting, favourites and special bets.
It has been specifically optimised for mobile and can be played in portrait and landscape modes, allowing players to switch dynamically for an immersive casino experience at the palm of their hands.
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The Chief Executive Officer of Microgaming John Coleman said, “bringing Switch Studios into the fold ensures we have a dedicated resource for innovating and enhancing our table games offering. The team have already demonstrated a facility for producing stylish and sophisticated casino games that are highly original and entertaining, and I am looking forward to developing this side of our range even further in the coming months.”
The introduction of Switch Studios signifies the beginning of a new wave of table games from the supplier.
“Bringing Switch Studios into the fold ensures we have a dedicated resource for innovating and enhancing our table games offering,” Microgaming CEO John Coleman told casinonews.today.
“The team have already demonstrated a facility for producing stylish and sophisticated casino games that are highly original and entertaining, and I am looking forward to developing this side of our range even further in the coming months.”
The head of studio at Switch Studios Tom David added, “we believe our background in the mobile, social and eGaming sectors puts us in an excellent position to bring innovation and style to the online gaming sector.”
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