Jackpot City Bingo moves to Microgaming Platform
Jackpot City Bingo moved to an improved online bingo platform which includes new casino gambling side games, better odds to win, progressive jackpots and a larger stronger community, all because of the site’s upgrade to Microgaming’s bingo software.
The move, driven by player feedback, enables Jackpot City Bingo to supply its bingo players with a selection of new features, including the latest in progressive online bingo jackpot games, where the number of balls that can be played rises every several days, along with the jackpot. Jackpot City Bingo is also moving three of its popular rooms to a smaller network where less players mean better odds.
“By moving three of our rooms to a smaller network, we enhance the odds of winning for our loyal players,” said Gilbert Puente, Head of Bingo at Jackpot City Bingo. “Plus there are the obvious benefits of partnering with Microgaming, the recognized industry leader. New deposit and withdrawal options, progressive jackpots that get easier to win as the pot goes up, state of the art online casino side-games and new 75 ball and 90 ball varieties – this is a major milestone for our players and our site.”
Other improvements include the ability to buy bingo cards after the game begins, more frequent games, new chat functionality and much more. “This upgrade gives us a stronger foundation on which to build our greatest asset – our community,” said Puente. “The people that play at Jackpot City Bingo make it what it is. We made this change because they asked for it, and we’re sure they’ll be happy with the result.”
The move now brings Jackpot City Bingo under the license issued to Tower Rock Ltd by the Government of Gibraltar, a British Territory with stringent operator requirements. With regard to the license, Puente noted that “It’s a demanding one to have, but having it means you really are a world-class online bingo site”. It also brings Jackpot City Bingo in line with other Carmen Media Group sites, such as Jackpot City Online Casino, all of which run on Microgaming’s software