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Internet wagering firm Microgaming has announced that it has signed a deal with Push Gaming which will see its Quickfire division offering Magic Dream games through online casinos.
Push Gaming is known for converting land based games to the digital casino realm, and the agreement between the two firms will result in both companies working together to integrate more land based games to online versions.
Magic Dreams, which is a subsidiary of Push, will deploy thee initial games which are titled "Xcalubur", "Double Draw Poker", and "The Jungle II".
Commenting on the deal, Quickfire Chief Ashley Sandyford-Sykes said: “Quickfire embraces a number of strong partnerships to ensure we offer the best gaming content. Partnering with Push Gaming to deliver excellent games, such as Magic Dreams, will prove a valuable addition to the Quickfire portfolio.”
Magic Dreams General Manager Luca Geradini also commented saying: “It is very exciting that our successful gaming titles will now be available online. We are confident that our games will be just as popular online, as they are on the casino gaming floor."