Mia Gardner | 03 Feb 2020
According to an official announcement made by the brand on its website, the extended contract entered into between Microgaming and Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. will authorise independent studio partner Fortune Factory Studios to commence development work on the long-anticipated second instalment in the Tarzan series of online slots.
The deal, which was brokered by leading brokerage specialist Creative Licensing Corporation, will see the popular jungle hero return to Microgaming once more and take players on an exciting and action-packed Tarzan adventure.
Microgaming has, to date, not yet revealed the official name of the second instalment of the Tarzan series of slots, but will be doing so at the upcoming ICE London international casino expo. In addition to the name of the new Tarzan online casino game, the developer will furthermore be offering attendees a special sneak preview into some of the elements to be incorporated into the new release.
Its no secret that the Tarzan brand is one of the most successful entertainment franchises of all time. The amicable master of the jungle has been the star of multiple motion pictures and films, literature, and even two broad-way productions. All of this makes Tarzan one of the most-filmed characters ever.
That Microgaming is the only team fit for the job of bringing Tarzan to life on the reels for the second time in the row isn’t in dispute; and something whole-heartedly agreed to by the product owners at Edgar Rice Burroughs Inc. Company President James Sullos confirmed this when he commented on the conclusion of the recent extended deal, and said that the company was very much looking forward to Tarzan making a return for the second instalment of the branded slots adventure.
Microgaming has in turn described the nature of the character that is Tarzan as one that is a brand enjoying “massive global appeal”. The developer furthermore confirmed that the upcoming second instalment of Tarzan is one of many more branded online casino games in the pipeline for 2020.