The Gameflex® platform will incorporate slots and video bingo games produced by the Spanish company MGA Games, thanks to an agreement signed with IFOROUNDE.
A content agreement has been declared between Iforium and MGA Games
The best MGA Games publications with a wide variety of options will be open to Iforium customers worldwide. This includes casino slot machines like MGA Games hyperrealism, which consists of the Renata González Gold Marshall and GT World Challenge by Andy Soucek, popular Spanish games such as El Cartel and Las Riquezas de El Dorado, and the Spanish Celebrities series, which is available on the Spanish market, featuring titles such as Chiquito, El Dioni and Aramís Fust. The Spanish Games are also available. This includes video bingo games, ranging from the last Calaca Party launches to classics such as Castle, Zeus, and Mariachis.
Spanish based MGA Games is an online casino game manufacturer specializing in supplying goods suited to local players to global operators. Its titles are based on the latest technology: sequential loading reduces wait times and allows you instantly to play a game, while “Triple Vista” enhances usability. All of this offers a new 100% mobile gaming experience for consumers.
“The agreement offers the two parties an excellent chance to collaborate: the quality and efficiency of the products of MGA Games fits in well with the commitment Iforion has shown to its users, which focuses on regulated markets and complyes with a consistently strict quality framework,” says José Antonio Giacomelli, General Manager for MGA Games.
Phil Parry, CEO of Iforium, said: “The Spain market does not need to be launched as LatAm is quickly moving ahead as markets dominate. We see this agreement as the perfect way to ensure that our operators partners can deliver the best gaming content in Spain.”
“We look forward to a long and productive working relationship with a very innovative developer such as MGA Games.”
The agreement’s announcement will be made days before the international ICE London 2020 meeting, at which leading gaming companies such as MGA Games and IFORION will participate.