Microgaming was the star at the ICE 2019 this year. The world-class software developer has shown why its name stands out from the crowd. This year, Microgaming has showcased diverse games, has prepared a spectacle at the stand and has really made sure it marks its presence.
Even though this is not totally unexpected from the developer, the game content presented was really something. The developer went full throttle with its latest game release Banana Odyssey, the game that takes players on an intergalactic voyage, but on Day 1 and 2, Microgaming showcased four other new games developed by its independent game studios.
The Spectacle at Microgaming’s Stand
To set the vibe for the exciting week at the ICE, Microgaming began its show with a disco-tinged flash mob which unveiled the newest slot developed by Fortune Factory Studios, the Village People Macho Moves slot.
Then, a retro-wave DJ set revealed the comeback of the ever-popular superspy Agent Jane Blonde Returns, developed for Microgaming by Stormcraft Studios.
The incredible coincidence of the progressive jackpot network reaching a record-breaking €1 billion in payouts and the ICE event gave Microgaming a perfect chance to celebrate the remarkable milestones, including the 25 years of the business’ success and innovation.
On Day 2, people were welcomed by a trio of samurais to mark the release of the new slot developed by Just For The Win, called Shogun of Time. The second ICE day ended with the reveal of the long-anticipated and announced Lara Croft Temples and Tombs slot developed by Triple Edge Studios, which marked the celebration of the longest-running brand partnership in the online gaming industry.
To round things off in style, Microgaming launched Banana Odyssey, the space-travelling slot by Slingshot Studios with sci-fi visuals and three cosmic dancers who presented the space-themed slot with out-of-this-world performance.
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Mere days before the ICE, a lucky player at Zodiac Casino hit a €13.3 million payout playing Microgaming’s progressive jackpot slot Mega Moolah.
This is a significant win because this player is the 68th millionaire that has received a staggering payout thanks to Microgaming’s progressive jackpot network. But that’s not all. The network had given out a total of €1 billion throughout the years, making its position as the largest-ever network of this kind in the online gaming industry. This is a landmark for both the industry and the company and has really come in the right moment, just when the company was about to present its new, diverse content at the ICE.