Industry standard protector eCOGRA renews the Certified Software Seal of the online casino provider Microgaming.
Most people have a fear of money. Either losing what they have, or never having enough of it. Displays of ineptitude from online gaming giants such as Full Tilt Poker (FTP) have certainly put the cat amongst the pigeons, and so we turn to the likes of eCOGRA to put a leash on that cat and make sure our pigeons remain protected.
The London-based accredited testing agency, and player protection and standards organisation, has just approved Microgaming as compliant with eGAP requirements for software providers of Casino, Poker and Bingo software. The eCOGRA Seals Compliance Committee has therefore renewed the Certified Software Seal. An industry standard for the online gaming world.
Roger Raatgever, CEO, Microgaming stated in a press release: ‘The eCOGRA certification is synonymous with the highest possible level of professional conduct in the online gaming industry. We are proud to receive a renewed Certified Software Seal as it reflects how seriously we take player protection and responsible gaming. We work very hard to ensure that our products not only meet all of the necessary requirements to be accredited, but excel in each of the areas assessed.
Andrew Beveride, CEO of eCOGRA added: ‘eCOGRA certification can only be achieved following a rigorous on-site inspection, which encompasses all aspects of the company’s software development activities, followed by sustained monitoring and annual reviews. Microgaming’s commitment to responsible and fair gaming is well-known throughout the industry, and the Certified Software Seal is further evidence of the company’s achievement of the highest levels of player protection and fair gaming.”
Sheriff Gaming Release Two More Exciting Titles
Dutch gaming provider release two new titles on its coveted 3D platform.
Sheriff Gaming stands still for no man, woman or machine as is proved with the release of two new 3D games. With the ink barely dry on the deal to expand Playtika’s Slotomania offering, the Dutch innovators have released ‘Piggy Bank’ and ‘Craps’ as part of their 3D library.
‘Piggy Bank,’ is a slot title with a bank robbery theme and you can guess the theme for the second title, ‘Craps.’ Both games feature the 3D technology that has the operators screaming for their services.
Eric Roskamp, spokesperson at Sheriff Gaming, stated: “Our unique 3D game content has really captured the imagination of our customers as we continue to sign new deals on a weekly basis. Piggy Bank is an excellent addition to our slot portfolio and has already been very well received by our customers. Craps will also prove a great asset to our suite of table games as we channel all the excitement of a live casino into a compelling 3D game. Our technology allows us to differentiate our games from other mainstream slot and table games, engaging players and providing our customers with an extremely valuable acquisition tool.”