The new year is barely a month in and top gaming developer and supplier Microgaming is full of new announcements. The brand has been quite busy, creating new games as well as renewing existing agreements. Online slot gaming fans can expect a new Tarzan branded title thanks to a licensing agreement renewal as well as a deadmau5 branded slot based on the popular music artist! 2020 is setting up to be a good year for the brand.
Extended Licensing Agreement:
Microgaming and Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc., have extended their licensing agreement regarding the Tarzan brand. Having started working together in 2016, the new deal will allow the former to distribute a second title involving the popular character, with the game set to be produced by Fortune Factory Studios.
The new game will be designed from scratch to ensure authenticity as well as uniqueness. Tarzan will be seen throughout the game with thrilling sound and graphic effects. Fortune Factory will be taking inspiration from the original novels based on the captivating character and the first jungle-themed release to provide a fun and exciting experience for slot players.
Want to drop a Beat with deadmau5?
For fans of electronic music, Microgaming is set to let the beat drop with a new themed slot based on the world-renowned artist deadmau5 and their latest tour cubev3. Set to release this year, the new game will bring the music and gaming world together with the title only available via the branded portfolio of Microgaming.
The new title will be developed for Microgaming by Eurostar Studios, a boutique game creator. The game’s development will be celebrated during ICE London 2020 alongside other new software reveals.
Microgaming Chief Commercial Officer, Jean-Luc Ferriere, commented on the new title by stating: “The addition of deadmau5 to our sizeable branded content offering, which already includes some of the biggest names in entertainment, highlights our commitment to diversifying and innovating across our range. We look forward to launching this unique online slot to operators later this year.”