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There are lots of new online pokies to keep an eye out for this week and some of the hottest new online pokies that we can recommend checking out to begin with include the new Reel Splitter online pokie from Just for the Win Studios (JFTW), the new Lara Croft Temple and Tombs online pokie from Triple Edge Studios and the new Reel King Mega online pokie from Red Tiger Gaming.
There’s also the new Panther Pays online pokie from Rarestone Gaming (a Playtech company), the new Hall of the Mountain King online pokie from Quickspin and the new Beavis and Butt Head online pokie from Blueprint Gaming. That’s not all though. If you enjoy playing on any of these brand new online pokies then you also need to keep an eye out for the new Dragon Shard online pokie from Stormcraft Studios (arriving May 29th), the new Narcos online pokie from NetEnt and also the new Arcane: Reel Chaos online pokie from NetEnt.
In other news, we recently learned that Microgaming has struck up a new partnership deal with Estonian based game studio, All41 Studios. “With their unique personality and expertise, All41 Studios are a welcome addition to our global network of independent game development studios, which continue to ensure that Microgaming supplies unique and tailored original content in an ever-changing market,” said the Microgaming CEO, John Coleman.