JackpotCity Joins Microgaming Bingo Network6th November 2009 7:29 am GMT
As it continues to build greater liquidity in its online bingo network, Microgaming has announced that Carmen Media's online bingo brand JackpotCity Bingo has made the switch to its network from rival Virtue Fusion.
The addition of Microgaming's software will enhance JackpotCity Bingo's bingo offering with more frequent prizes, a thriving community and access to a range of side games. The launch will also introduce a Swedish 75 ball Bingo game variant, the first of its kind to be introduced within the Microgaming Bingo network.
"Microgaming is committed to investing in JackpotCity Bingo and we are delighted to be welcoming yet another high profile operator to the Microgaming Bingo network," said Neill Whyte, Microgaming's Bingo Operations Manager. "The network is going from strength to strength with ever increasing liquidity and enhanced guarantees, all of which provide players with the ultimate Bingo experience and community.
"Players at JackpotCity Bingo will be able to access a variety of top quality bingo games, as well as a host of Microgaming's renowned casino side games, offering unrivalled enjoyment and increased chances to win. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with JackpotCity Bingo."
JackpotCity Bingo represents the latest of Carmen Media Group's gaming platforms to adopt Microgaming software.
Microgaming already powers the Carmen Media's online casino brands including JackpotCity, Gaming Club, Riverbelle and Lucky Nugget, as well as the company's online poker offering, Cool Hand Poker.
"Everything we do at JackpotCity Bingo is designed to create a fun and exciting bingo experience based in an unrivalled community," said Gilbert Puente, Head of Bingo at JackpotCity Bingo.
"Microgaming offers industry-leading features and functionality. They offer more chances to win. Basically, they're our ideal partner, offering the technology needed to enhance our community and our reputation as a great place to play online bingo."