32Red plc has changed its Spanish bingo software platform for the Microgaming after Parlay Entertainment, which previously provided it with software, applied for bankruptcy in Canada. Previously known as Winzingo, 32Red Bingo Espana is now powered by Microgaming and works at 32RedBingo.es offering a variety of casino side games.
32Red executive officer Ed Ware confirmed that Microgaming had already been the only supplier of 32Red’s Casino and Poker, so in this new venture they had an advantage, particularly as 32Red had to move as soon as possible. He added that during their relationship Microgaming had impressed them not only with the product quality, but also with the level of service and progressive and energetic attitude.
Microgaming has been supplying 32Red’s UK-oriented site with software since March 2008. In 2010 32Red’s total income from online bingo reached 343,452 while its annual growth was 42%. Lydia Melton, responsible for network games at Microgaming, said that they are very excited about expanding their relationship with 32Red by including 32Red Bingo Espana. This move is evidence in favor of the high quality of Microgaming’s software and support. As of 26 of May in London shares in 32Red plc remain at 27.38 pence for each share, almost reaching their 52-week record of 28.00 pence, having grown by over 60% since the beginning of the year.