Top-rated software company Microgaming is having busy month. The brand just recently announced its Mega Moolah game was hit for €6.5 million and the company is set up to provide its games portfolio to the new flagship casino project of the DoubleUp Group. On top of that, Microgaming just recently hired Julie Allison as director of markets.

Mega Moolah Win

Let’s start with the recently Mega Moolah jackpot win. On June 4, a massive jackpot worth €6,597,136.10 was won by a player at The win comes just a short time after a recording-breaking prize of €19.4 million was won via the Absolootly Mad Mega Moolah slot game.

Amazingly, the progressive jackpot network of the provider has now paid out over €1.4 billion. CEO of Microgaming, John Coleman, commented on the big win by stating:

“I’m delighted to see another big jackpot win so soon after Mega Moolah dropped for €19.4 million in April. My congratulations go to Optibet and their player on this brilliant win. This is something of a milestone for Microgaming, being the 100th euro millionaire made on our progressive jackpot network.”


DoubleUp Group Deal

In other Microgaming news, the company has just announced a new partnership with the DoubleUp Group. The developer will provide its games portfolio to the new Doggo Casino of DoubleUp. The Doggo Casino will be integrated within the aggregator platform of Microgaming. This will provide the casino with access to hundreds of game titles.

Exclusive games will be on offer along with titles from independent studios that Microgaming works with. The new online casino promises to offer a premier gaming experience. The DoubleUp Group just got started last year in the Netherlands and has already expanded to have a full team based in Malta.

New Director of Markets

Microgaming also announced the recent hire of Julie Allison as the brand’s director of markets. With over 10 years of experience in the industry, Allison will hold a leadership role within the company, working to develop and drive bold market strategies for Microgaming.

Allison will focus on providing strategic direction for the company and growing its foothold in existing as well as new markets. She will identify and capitalize on opportunities within the ever-changing regulatory landscape of the global gaming industry.

The company has an extended reach, with services offered in over 20 regulated markets around the world. This year, Microgaming has plans to bring its quality portfolio to new markets and extend its growth.