MGA Games Unveils 12-Month Vision

With an intensified emphasis on growth, creativity and IP-led products expected to move the developer further forward, MGA Games has unveiled its 12-month vision.

At its MGA Games Day gathering, the company announced its future plans, where it was said that all product releases to take place over the next year “will feature the image of a well-known character.”

MGA Games says 15 new items will be created alongside its Grand Croupier Roulette 2021 debut, including seven Spanish slots and eight games from its new series of ‘Spanish Celebrities Casino Slots’. Also slated to be the company’s 100th release is a sequel to Chiquito de la Calzada.

Joan Sanahuja CEO of MGA Games, said of the inaugural event: “It is inspiring to see how we all continue to adapt to this new situation in a standardised way. It is also inspiring to see how we all continue to fight, to the highest possible degree, for the health of our sector. This is the main reason behind organising MGA Games Day.”

In addition, MGA Games has also recorded its ‘Local Act, Think Local,’ global strategy for entering a number of the newly controlled markets in Europe, beginning with Portugal and its celebrity series in Portuguese.

The group is also planning to join countries outside Portugal, such as Bulgaria, Italy, the Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden, with qualification currently being worked on. The firm also emphasised a commitment to Latin America.

Marga Fernández, MGA Games’ sales director, commented: “We began our launch in Latin America in Colombia and currently you can play our slots and video bingo games in most Latin American countries: Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru. We are also in the process of certifying our games to launch in Costa Rica and Panama.”

Roberto Ayala, R&D director of MGA Games, added: “We always want to go one step further and think about how to take our games to the next level. That is why our games will offer greater immersivity, greater entertainment, more immediacy with faster load times and greater control for operators, with improved calculations.”