Foxium in Content Deal With Quickfire

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Internet betting group Foxium has announced that they've inked a content supply deal with Quickfire, which will see them providing their games to the platform as a result.

The deal will see Foxium's entire online casino library of games, which includes an array of different slots. These games will be exclusive to Quickfire, which in turn will be distributed to more than 250 different online casino sites. The first game to launch will be Vampire: The Masquerade- Las Vegas, which will launch on November 1st.

Speaking about the deal Foxium CEO Ake Andre said, "The exclusive deal with Microgaming's Quickfire platform provides Foxium with the chance to produce better games and reach more operators. With the extensive distribution network available through Quickfire, we believe we are in the best position to capitalise on the growing online casino market."

"We're excited that our epic thriller Vampire: The Masquerade - Las Vegas, is the first game to go live following this deal. We will look to utilise the value adds Quickfire offers, such as their impressive Achievements module and gamification tools."

Quickfire Director Andrew Clucas added: "We are delighted to have Foxium on board, delivering exclusive content to Quickfire at no additional cost to our operators, following the recent removal of a platform fee. We believe Foxium games will be a popular addition to the platform."

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25 October 2017 - 7:32am

Sound like a huge deal for the game developer, to be honnest don't know anything about Foxium, hope soon will be different...