Metro Play Adopts Microgaming Quickfire Games

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UK based betting firm Metro Play has announced that it has adopted titles from Microgaming's Quickfire platform.

The titles will find their way to the Alderney licensed casino, which specializes in providing its betting services to punters across a variety of platforms. To date the casino offers services via mobile and PC devices. Titles making their way over in the transition include table games, the platform's entire mobile library, and A-list games such as Thunderstruck II and Tomb Raider.

Commenting on the deal Metro Play Executive Director Jamie Walters said, “We have developed a compelling and distinctive product and we’re really proud to bring this offering to the market. Created in response to the continuing growth in consumer demand for online gaming, Metro Play stands for entertaining, high quality, straightforward, mobile-led gaming.”

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