Microgaming introduces Stormcraft Studios, a new independent game studio that will be supplying exclusive content to the online gaming giant.
Guided by decades of industry experience and commercial success with games like Mega Moolah and Immortal Romance, the talented team have forged a new studio dedicated to crafting epic games under the Stormcraft Studios brand. Those games will be available exclusively to Microgaming’s operators.
They are the latest independent game studio to be introduced that will enable Microgaming to take the market by storm, with a new surge of premium content that will bring even greater choice and innovation to its operators and their players.
Launching on Wednesday 20 June 2018, Fortunium will be the first official game release by Stormcraft Studios. The feature-packed slot has been fully optimised for portrait gameplay, adding to Microgaming’s diverse portfolio and offering players a premium experience on any compatible mobile device.
Fortunium is a steampunk themed online slot, which Microgaming unveiled on day two of ICE Totally Gaming 2018. Giving the industry a glimpse into its richest game world yet, the company transformed the Microgaming Bar with retro-futuristic props and a nitrogen ice cream buggy that served delectable treats to guests throughout the day.
Terence Igesund, Creative Director at Stormcraft Studios, comments: “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.”
David Reynolds, Games Publisher at Microgaming, adds: “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. 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.”