No bluff from Microgaming as it drops new poker titles

Microgaming made the recent announcement that it has added a new range of poker titles games to its online casino vertical. News that is undoubtedly exciting to all operators that platform the developer’s content.

Microgaming recently shut down its proprietary Microgaming Poker Network (MPN), after 16 years in operation, mostly due to falling player liquidity levels across the network. The introduction of the new poker titles will go a long way to filling the gap left by the shuttering of the MPN.

The first exclusive title set for release is Hold’Em Poker which will soon be followed by titles like Lucky Showdown in the coming months.

Microgaming’s CEO, John Coleman, commented on the release of the new title and the games to follow, saying, “Hold’Em Poker will add a new dimension to our online casino vertical, introducing a range of fun and exciting poker games to our platform. These games, designed to appeal to both poker and casino players, will deliver even further choice to our customers as we continue to diversify and innovate our content offering.”Microgamin's Hold'Em Poker