BetWarrior has made fresh moves to add further strength to its online casino content offering through a new agreement entered alongside Isle of Man-based casino software developer Microgaming.
As a result of new partnership the mobile gaming brand is to expand its igaming output through access to a variety of “innovative and compelling” slot games via the providers platform.
“BetWarrior caught our eye with their innovative approach and fully native mobile app,” James Buchanan, director of global operations at Microgaming, said of the agreement.
“With a strong team of industry veterans leading the project, this was one that we wanted to get behind early on with the addition of our award-winning content.”
BetWarrior lauds the addition of Microgaming content as a continuation of an ongoing pledge to “create the world’s leading fully native mobile gaming app”
Via the integration, players can now utilise a variety of new titles including Immortal Romance, Thunderstruck II and Book of Oz, alongside a number of branded games, such as Lara Croft Temples and Tombs, Game of Thrones and Village People Macho Moves.
Katalin Horvath, casino product manager at BetWarrior, commented: “Microgaming need no introduction, and the addition of their award-winning content is an essential part of our mission to offer the best mobile gaming experience in the world.
“We are particularly excited to offer our players some of the most well-known slots around, and look forward to adding new Microgaming content as it is released.”
Earlier this year CasinoBeats spoke to Morten Tonnesen, co-founder and CEO of BetWarrior, who said of how the firm proposes to enjoy sustained gaming success: “We have set ourselves up to be faster and more agile than the competition.
“Our platform is best-in-class and more adaptable than anything I have ever worked with. We see it being suitable for roll-out in both newly-regulating markets and more established jurisdictions.
“It is packed with personalisation features which enable us to deliver a fully bespoke experience to a customer, whether they are logging on in Bogata or Berlin. This is the future of gaming and we want to be at the very centre of it.”