Game studio launched by Microgaming
Microgaming, the Isle of Man-based gaming software developer, has announced the launch of Stormcraft Studios, its new independent game studio.
“It is exciting to be working with some of the industry legends behind a number of Microgaming’s biggest titles to deliver a fresh wave of content under the new Stormcraft Studios brand,” Microgaming’s game publisher David Reynolds said.
“The team’s passion for quality and creating premium gaming experiences is distinctive in everything they do.”
“We cannot wait to unveil the exclusive content they have in store in the next few months.”
Stormcraft will provide exclusive content to Microgaming and its network of operators.
The first game to come out of the new studio is ‘Fortunium’, a steampunk-themed online slot. It will be launched today. Last January, Microgaming launched Lucky Little Gods, where bettors spun to win prizes, all the while celebrating the Chinese New Year.
Terence Igesund, creative director at Stormcraft Studios, added: “Entertainment and craftsmanship are at the core of everything we do at Stormcraft Studios.”
“The careful consideration we give the user experience will be unmistakable in all the upcoming games that we are developing exclusively for Microgaming.”
The Stormcraft team retains a strong track record - having designed a range of successful Microgaming titles including ‘Mega Moolah’ and Immortal Romance, in the past.