Microgaming to Sponsor The BiG Foundation’s Annual Sports Dinner

Microgaming will sponsor The BiG Foundation’s annual sports dinner at the Dorchester Hotel in London on September 17th and a related event to be held in Malta on November 17th.

A mix of celebrities, high profile sportsmen and women and entertainers are typically in attendance at these dinners such as Sky TV’s Chris Kamara, Harry Redknapp, Jamie Spencer and this year will see Austin Healey as MC.

Richard Hogg, founding director of BiG, said, “The success of the event we held in 2014 made it an automatic renewal for The BiG Foundation. With Microgaming’s ongoing support we hope to put on an event, which is remembered for all the right reasons.

"Having the event in the relatively quiet month of September and the night before the Rugby World Cup kicks off is a real coup for us. I am sure there will be lots of banter throughout the evening which we can use to raise substantial funds for the Foundation.”

Microgaming’s CEO, Roger Raatgever, commented, “We’re proud to be working with The BiG Foundation to raise money for such important charities. That’s why we set up Microgaming PlayItForward, to show the industry that giving something back is important. It’s fantastic to see the event being extended to Malta; both events are going to be fantastic; and we hope companies get involved and book a table. Don’t miss out on what’s going to be an unforgettable night.”

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    I think they have to sponsor their loyal fans ,for a change:) Some of their latest releases were really disappointing for me and I guess for many other players. But no doubt that this is a noble cause and the company deserves to be admired for their charity activity.Just hope that in future Microgaming will improve their new slot releases and be more generous to the players too.
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    That's awesome they are raising money. They are a big enough company they have the platform to do so . Would have loved to have been a fly on the wall. Never would have thought years ago a gambling software company would have been involved with such fundraisers. Times are changing and this is big business.
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    Define irony. Bunch of idiots dancing on a plane to a song made famous by a band that died in a plane crash.

    He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
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    Wow! Microgaming doing some good for a change. Normally it just takes my money real quick man! Just kidding. :) I love Microgaming!
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    Wow. The world has changed indeed. I am wondering if some people there know Microgaming at all even if the word gaming said it relatively clear.

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