The new poker offering will be available online and mobile and bolster an already fortified iGaming portfolio of casino and slot games that many reputable gambling operators utilise.
Some months back, Microgaming announced the closure of its Poker Network product, meaning that poker rooms using the MPN would have to find an alternative, which provided more than fifteen years of poker action to players and enthusiasts alike.
With that said, Microgaming will make live its Hold’Em Poker game offering as the initial part of an array of poker games that are scheduled to be released over the next few months.
Poker games such as Lucky Showdown have been pancilled for release next year and are keeping fans on the edges of their seats in anticipation for the release date.
John Coleman of Microgaming commented on the new poker game launch:
“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.
Designed to appeal to both poker and casino players, these games will deliver even further choice to our customers as we continue to diversify and innovate our content offering.”
The first game to kick-start the series offers a ‘new strategic direction’ for the gambling provider, which aims to offer a classic Texas hold’em feel that players can enjoy in a realistic poker room environment.
Hold’Em Poker will provide a revolutionary game experience that runs fast and plays fast for quick gaming on the move with buy-ins from as little as 5 Euro and iconic Sit and Go tournaments integrated with a new random prize pool wheel mechanic offering prizes of up to €25,000.
Selected operators will gain exclusive access to this new poker game from Microgaming from the 1st December 2020 with a global operator launch penned for 9th December 2020.