We supply award-winning online gaming software to the leading operators worldwide.
Microgaming developed the world’s first true online casino software in 1994 and the first mobile casino software in 2004. Our products include Casino, Poker, Bingo, Sportsbook, Land-based and Live Dealer. Home to Avalon, Thunderstruck, Dragonz and other epic games, not to mention branded blockbusters such as Jurassic World™, Game of Thrones™ and Playboy™ Gold, we launch new titles every month across desktop and mobile.
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Our progressive jackpot network is the largest in the world, having paid out more than €1 billion to date. In 2015, it set the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title for the ‘Largest jackpot payout in an online slot machine game’ when a Betway UK player won the GBP equivalent of €17,879,645.12 from a 25p spin!
But numbers don’t define us. We genuinely care about the game, our operators and their players. As a founding member of eCOGRA (e-Commerce Online Gaming Regulation and Assurance), we set the standard in fair, responsible gaming. And for all our success, we always find time to give back to our local community, tackling important issues in areas such as health, sport and education through our CSR initiative, Microgaming PlayItForward.
Situated on the Isle of Man within walking distance of Douglas Promenade, Sixty Two is our towering headquarters that officially opened on 31 July 2017.
The ultramodern five-storey building, whose unique design mirrors our commitment to innovation and is one of the first on the Isle of Man to achieve the BREEAM rating of Excellent, is linked to Twenty Six (previously MGS House, our former HQ) via the Sky Bridge. We share this extraordinary campus, which features a fully equipped gym, treatment room, social area, canteen, coffee shop, library and roof garden, not to mention 16 meeting rooms and even a periscope, with independent software and technical specialists, Derivco Isle of Man.
Isle of Man
You can find us at 54°08'57.8538"N 4°29'14.1"W (54.149404, -4.487250) on a beautiful island in the middle of the Irish Sea.
Ordinarily a place of tranquillity, the Isle of Man comes alive to the sights, sounds and smells of superbikes for two weeks a year during the world-renowned TT Races. The spectacle of flat-out, full-throttle racing is matched only by the breathtaking scenery of the island. Beauty spots include the Calf of Man, Maughold Head and Ballaugh Curragh. Panoramic views can be enjoyed from Niarbyl Bay, Peel Beach and Port Erin. And England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland can be spied from atop Snaefell on the clearest of days.
Far more than a set of coordinates, area of outstanding natural beauty or motorcycling mecca, the Isle of Man is our home.