Microgaming Enters Portugal Gaming Market With Solverde Partnership
May 26, 2021May 26, 2021Carolyn Dutton
The online gaming market in Portugal is set to get a lot more interesting as Microgaming is set to enter the market via a new partnership the Solverde Group, a local gaming company.
The two companies formed a partnership through Prima Networks Limited (PNL) that will allow Solverde to offer its players access to some of the most popular games from Microgaming.
PNL is one of the top software providers in Portugal and assists both online casinos and sportsbooks that want to launch in the country
Solverde.pt is owned by the Solverde Group and is licensed by the SRIJ, which is the Portuguese Tourism Gaming Regulation and Inspection Service.
Solverde is a big brand in the Portugal as the brand has been around for over 50 years and has a strong presence in the market. There are five land-based gaming establishments under its control in Portugal along with four hotels.
The Solverde.pt online casino is very impressive as it has more than 1,200 slot and table games combined. Players not only have access to a great selection of games here but also have access to a sportsbook. The gaming portfolio at Solverde.pt is going to expand further with the new deal with Microgaming.
The first additions will be 28 games from the provider with perfect localization. Most of them come from Microgaming’s Indie studio partners. Additionally, games from third-party developers are also planned to be included in the mix. Players can expect some of the more popular Microgaming titles to be introduced in the near future.
Strategic Partnership For Both Brands
Both sides seem to be very pleased with the results. Solverde Group Director Américo Loureiro said they were very happy to partner with one of the oldest and most recognized gaming developers in the world. They expect the partnership with Microgaming to bring in more revenues as lots of players in Portugal will be keen to try out the new addition of Microgaming titles.
The Managing Director at PNL, Rupert Dix was also very happy with the deal as it shows that the Portuguese gaming market is developing well and continues to attract top developers in the industry.
Microgaming already has a presence in Portugal as back in 2019, it signed a deal with Estoril Sol to provide content for Estoril Sol Digital and ESC Online, which belong to Estoril Sol.