Online gambling software provider Microgaming has signed up another customer for its increasingly popular flash technology Quickfire software platform, inking a supply agreement with the Victor Chandler internet gaming group this week.
A Microgaming spokesman said that Quickfire will enable Gibraltar-based Victor Chandler to complement its offering with an expanding portfolio of over 150 of Microgaming's premium titles, fully integrated with the online gambling operator's extensive back-office system.
The deal includes access to Microgaming's suite of progressive jackpot games.
Victor Chandler head of casino and games, Andrew Dymock, said: "Microgaming is the market leading supplier of online and mobile casino content and Victor Chandler is thrilled to be offering its games through QuickFire. We continually strive to offer players a truly best of breed, unique range of quality gaming content, and now with the addition of Microgaming titles, our product has grown significantly in stature. QuickFire's integration process has been seamless and we're sure this new offering will prove a hit with our players."
Ashley Sandyford-Sykes of QuickFire commented: "We are delighted to be working with a prestigious brand like Victor Chandler and we are confident that our unique product will enhance their existing offering. Victor Chandler will now have access to premier titles and a steady stream of new content from Microgaming."
The deal follows similar recent agreements with major groups like Nordicbet; Tellpoker; DiamondBet and OffsideGaming. The Quickfire product has been approved by the Alderney, Malta, Gibraltar and Kahnawake licensing jurisdictions.
Source: InfoPowa News