Microgaming Keeps Raising the Bar with Its Community Work
World’s leading online casino software provider Microgaming continues to push the boundaries with its community-oriented projects which have helped this Isle of Man gaming company become a shining light in the gambling industry.
Play it Forward Initiative
Ever since it was first introduced in 2013 as a program intended to help the local community and provide help and support to individuals of outstanding caliber achieve their goals and dreams, Microgaming’s Play It Forward initiative has gone to record some remarkable results.
As part of the latest news related to Microgaming’s proud program, the Isle of Man gaming giant has announced that rising Para athlete Ben Grainger has become the company’s newest Ambassador.
Ben joins triathlete Joseph Ricciardi and swimmer Laura Kinley and will be backed by Microgaming to realize his long-term goals of competing at the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo.
The Disability Sports Person of the Year for 2014, 2015 and 2016 at the Isle of Man Sports Awards, the 14-year-old talent will also begin his first term at the prestigious Mount Kelly School in the UK, where he will step up his training with an internationally recognized coaching program.
Microgaming is also stepping it up through their blood drive initiative which saw the company raise £725 for the Joey Dunlop Foundation on World Blood Donor Day.
Following the success of their last year’s MGS House blood drive, Microgaming staff celebrated this year’s World Blood Donor day by giving a pint of blood each and all for a good cause.
Microgaming Play It Forward agreed to donate £25 for every donor, thus raising the total of £275 for 29 Microgaming employees who took part in the blood drive action.
“We were thrilled to not only see our highest number of blood donors to date but to also have the opportunity to support the Joey Dunlop Foundation, a new partnership for Play It Forward. The charity does such amazing work and we are very proud to support them with their latest expansion.”, Claire Coleman, Head of Microgaming Play It Forward.