The link-up is part of an expansion and growth strategy of Eyecon, which will now see its entire games portfolio opened up to Microgaming partners around the world.
Top games from Eyecon include: Galactic Girls, Beat The Bobbies 2, Temple of Iris 2, Beez Kneez, Step Back 7’s, Lucha Rumble, Champions of Valhalla, Crystal Lotus, Fluffy in Space and Vlad’s Castle.
Leon Thomas of Microgaming shared his thoughts on the link-up and what it means for both companies:
“Looking forward to a successful and mutually-beneficial partnership with Eyecon.
The deal will enable Microgaming to bolster its content offering with Eyecon’s iconic collection of casino slots, while also providing Eyecon with significantly greater exposure, scale and reach.
“Microgaming continues to collaborate with top-performing content partners such as Eyecon to keep its diverse, industry-leading games portfolio fresh and innovative for its customers.”
Microgaming’s innovative and leading software platform currently provides slots and casino games to operator partners within the UK, across Europe and around the world.
The deal is being viewed as a very positive agreement between the two firms that is mutually beneficial in terms of benefits and exposure.
Paul Gielbert of Eyecon also commented on the partnership and explained how he feels:
“We are really excited to launch Eyecon’s extensive portfolio of games across Microgaming’s content platform.
This is a great opportunity for us to increase the reach of our games, along with our enhanced engagement tools, via the huge distribution that Microgaming offers.
This is a compelling partnership that will provide Microgaming customers and their players with well known, market-leading titles.”
Eyecon now joins an impressive list of more than ten iGaming studios that is partnered with Microgaming, including: Alchemy Gaming, Switch Studios, Sling Shot Studios, Gameburger Studios and Triple Edge Studios.