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Internet wagering destination Sky Vegas has announced that it has adopted Microgaming's Quickfire platform and has started rolling out mobile versions of Microgaming's betting titles.
As part of the deal, more than 30 different Microgaming titles finding their way over to Sky Vegas' library. Some of the first titles include Tomb Raider and Mermaids Millions. The mobile titles include progressive jackpot titles and are designed in HTML5, which is a friendly format for mobile devices.
Commenting on the deal Quickfire Head Ashley Sandyford-Sykes said, “With an extensive range of quality HTML5 mobile games, we provide an ideal solution for operators such as Sky Vegas that are looking to capitalise on the growth of mobile gaming.”
Sky Vegas Head of Casino and Games Samuel Downey added: “The addition of this content will most certainly satisfy our increasing number of mobile gamers."
Sky Vegas is owned by the British Sky Broadcasting Group, who also puts out the betting brands Sky Bet, Sky Bingo, and Sky Poker.