Microgaming had an awesome stand to show off to the participants that visited them during ICE 2019, and they showcased to them not just a variety of games that would come out in 2019, but also introduced them to what the company is about. They brought forward performers, and through them they showed off the exclusive games which they would be releasing. They also had merchandise in limited edition runs, along with lightning which was adapted for each game and their colors. A total of six independent studios participated as part of the Microgaming event, each one showing off the work that they did for slot machines which would come out in 2019, exclusive to the company’s operators.
They started things off with Village People: Macho Moves, a slot machine which has a 70s vibe to it, which was designed by Fortune Factory. That first day, they also had a DJ perform for the Happy Hour, and through it they revealed Agent Jane Blonde Returns, which would come out through the efforts of Stormcraft Studios. They kept things going with the celebration for the fact that they managed to pay over 1 billion through their progressive jackpot network. They then took the party to MNKY HSE, with more than 400 guests being entertained by Microgaming there.
For the second day of the event, they had three samurai warriors and a DJ perform at the Microgaming Bar. This announced the release of the JFTW slot, Shogun of Time. They also celebrated a partnership with Square Enix, which will be turned into a new slot machine later this year, called Lara Croft Temples and Tombs.
On the third day, they introduced the world to a Slingshot Studios production, called Banana Odyssey, and then they finished things off with Happy Hours once again, as well as a sneak peek at another character which would return.
This was the greenest appearance for Microgaming, at ICE, as they took their environmental sustainability further than ever. From reusable water cans, to cups which were compostable or having recycling facilities available for both guests and staff, they managed to be one of the most nature-friendly presences at the show.