|Microgaming advises that two of its operator groups have ceased using Microgaming’s software.|
It is well known that Microgaming imposes very strict regulation on its operators. Microgaming’s service provides continuous upgrades and improvements, PricewaterhouseCoopers reports, and programmes allowing the players maximum information, control and protection of their play. New features incorporated in software about to be launched will enhance these advantages.
Microgaming software also provides amongst, if not the, highest player wins in the online gaming industry and its total real jackpot payouts dwarf the infrequent wins, of whatever size, of others.
Microgaming’s Roger Raatgever, in a rare lifting of the veil of privacy, stated that since Microgaming is the largest supplier of software, bigger than all of its listed competitors combined, it is inevitable that it will lose operators from time to time.
Microgaming is confident that its operators will continue to prosper and grow from the use of its unique software. Microgaming pledges to continue to play its part in providing its operators and players with software and services to ensure entertainment of utmost integrity, security and pleasure.
Microgaming considers the key to its success to be the continuous development of innovative value added products, and the associated intellectual property. As a matter of general policy therefore, Microgaming also announces a standing reward of up to US$ 500,000 for information leading to the successful prosecution, civil or criminal, of any person or corporate entity that has pirated or unlawfully profited from its intellectual property.