JackpotCity move to Microgaming

Alexandre

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Location
Barcelona, Spain
I'm sad to see that JackpotCity have left their fantastic and original games to move to MicroGaming software....now it's just another MG casino like so many others.
I don't get it, they had developed their own software but they prefer to pay royalties to use MG's one.
They also lose their originality which is a hudge advantage in this competitive market.
It's also mentioned on their new site (the design is brilliant, I love it) that they are part now of Belle Rock Entertainment.
Could someone explain ?

Source: GPWATimes newsletter
 

jas2587

Ueber Meister
Joined
Apr 25, 2006
Location
FL
I'm sad to see that JackpotCity have left their fantastic and original games to move to MicroGaming software....now it's just another MG casino like so many others.
I don't get it, they had developed their own software but they prefer to pay royalties to use MG's one.
They also lose their originality which is a hudge advantage in this competitive market.
It's also mentioned on their new site (the design is brilliant, I love it) that they are part now of Belle Rock Entertainment.
Could someone explain ?

Source: GPWATimes newsletter

as far as I knew Jackpot City was always Micro

they are part of the Belle Rock Group an always has been

I think you have your casino names mixed up

are you thinkin Jackpot Capital which is RTG?

Cindy
 

RobWin

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Apr 24, 2004
Location
A Vault!
I'm sad to see that JackpotCity have left their fantastic and original games to move to MicroGaming software....now it's just another MG casino like so many others.
I don't get it, they had developed their own software but they prefer to pay royalties to use MG's one.
They also lose their originality which is a hudge advantage in this competitive market.
It's also mentioned on their new site (the design is brilliant, I love it) that they are part now of Belle Rock Entertainment.
Could someone explain ?

Source: GPWATimes newsletter

I think you have read the press release wrong my friend, JackpotCity has always been MG...here is the actual press release from the GPWA

Jackpot City releases new look Web site
2 April 2009

GIBRALTAR -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- JackpotCity.com Online Casino has launched a new look on its website and in the freely provided casino software from software giant Microgaming. The new look casino still offers the same great quality of games (over 400 and counting) and one of the safest most secure online environments available.

With the launch of the all new casino look, JackpotCity.com Online Casino is offering all prospective players the chance to play in the casino with 500 Free. This equates to 30 minutes of freeplay within the casino software. All winnings from this 30 minute freeplay can be kept by the player providing the terms and conditions of the promotion are met. For more on the terms and conditions of this 500 Free promotion please go to the casino promotions pages at: Link Removed (invalid)

JackpotCity.com Online Casino still offers players the chance to enjoy over 400 of the world's top rated online casino games such as Blackjack, Roulette, Craps and slots, to name but a few, in one of the safest online casino environments. JackpotCity.com Online Casino is an eCOGRA certified casino and is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar.

Please note: JackpotCity.com Online Casino unfortunately cannot accept US based players.

It's always good to re-read articles before you make posts like this too :)
 

Alexandre

Experienced Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2006
Location
Barcelona, Spain
OK, it's 6am, I'm still at the office, I confused Jackpocity and JackpotJoy, I definitely need to go home and sleep.
Can a good soul delete this post please ?
The worst thing is that I've read the PR twice and I've spent 15mn on the website...:confused:
 
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