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Online Casino Firm Wants More of Microgaming

Goods news come from turnkey provider Microgaming this week as Canbet decides to sign for yet another one of the company’s casino platforms. Microgaming develops and license gambling platforms for the industry and is considered to be one of the leading firms of its field. Canbet is already using the firm’s Poker Network but now wants to switch to the Microgaming’s casino platform as well. The switch will grant Canbet’s players the ability to take advantage of some over 350 casino games. Amongst the games that are featured on the firm’s platform, one can find The Osbournes or Hitman.

Using a casino platform which many other sites use is crucial for online gambling sites. It means that players can interact with other players on the network. In this fashion, an online casino makes its players feel like they are not missing out on anything. Just think about finding out that your favorite online casino isn’t offering the best games around and that other gambling sites might offer better options. Such a notion will surely convince players to pack their bags and move on. This decision by Canbet will be worth the company while.

“We’ve been very impressed with the platform and team at Microgaming since we switched to join the Microgaming Poker Network, so there was little debate as to who would partner with us for casino software. We already have plans to continue to target emerging markets, but expect to see this addition drive growth in markets right across Europe,” said Mark Read who fills the Managing Director position over at Canbet. Online casino software developers do not only offer gambling platforms but also supply a range of complementary services for their products. High quality services are a dominant factor in firm’s decision to use this or that gambling product.

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