Following some two decades of preparation, internet casino games and software developer, Microgaming, has announced the launch of its new Slingshot Studios enterprise.
New game development venture:
The Isle of Man-based innovator used a formal Wednesday press release to explain that Slingshot Studios would be to be an ‘separate game studio’ that is going to be exclusively developing new content such as the soon-to-be-released Money of Kingdoms movie slot.
Microgaming stated that its Slingshot Studios venture is comprised of ‘a team of gambling industry veterans’ and ‘fresh blood flow and everything in between’ also will now operate to produce ‘exceptionally entertaining and persuasive products exclusively for Microgaming and [its] customers.
Initial release coming in October:
Regarding Money of Kingdoms, the developer declared that the Medieval-themed title was first marketed during February’s ICE Entirely Gaming exhibition in London and will be made accessible to iGaming operators from early next month. It detailed that the 15-payline video slot is scheduled to provide representations of knights, archers, bombardiers and magicians on its five reels alongside the novel Invading Wilds feature for both its base and extra spins games.
Intro to expand parent’s ‘extensive digital portfolio’:
John Coleman, Chief Executive Officer for Microgaming, proclaimed that the introduction of Slingshot Studios will benefit his company ’s ‘extensive digital portfolio’ since the new thing functions to develop ‘original games with search motors and attributes ’ that are to be ‘targeted at specific markets and viewers.
Coleman’s announcement read…
“The content it has coming is excellent and its own drive to make and challenge is outstanding. Slingshot Studios is the most current in several game studios to be announced as exclusive providers to Microgaming and we look forward to unveiling more information from it in the coming months.
Studio to use ‘energy and imagination’:
For his part, Richard Vermaak, Creative Director for Slingshot Studios, claimed that the new game development studio is to be pushed ahead by ‘energy and imagination’ with Money of Kingdoms only the ‘original preference of what’s to emerge.
Vermaak’s announcement read…
“We all adore building games that people like to play with and we can’t hesitate to share them with Microgaming because of its own operators ’ players to enjoy. ”