Microgaming and Fair Play Bets Sign Content Agreement

Online casino operator Fair Play Bets has announced this week that they've signed a content deal with Microgaming and will offer games from the developer through the Quickfire platform as a result.

The agreement will see Fair Play brands such as Diamond World Casino and Vegas Play getting content from Microgaming and their partners. The games will be available for both desktop and mobile devices. No timetable for the integration was available as of press time.

Commenting on the agreement Fair Play Bets Director Malcolm Ferrante said, "Becoming a partner with Microgaming is another positive step for Fair Play Bets following agreements with a number of major operators in recent weeks. We look forward to a solid partnership with Microgaming and the Quickfire team, and to announcing further developments very soon."

Quickfire's Andrew Clucas added: "Fair Play Bets are a great addition to the Quickfire platform, with a number of popular online casinos providing entertainment to players. As per our announcement at ICE, this year we are set to shake up the online slot market by working with a range of new, independent studios on an exclusive basis. There isn't a better time to join the Quickfire platform, with an award-winning portfolio of proven games, as well as a very strong content roadmap for 2018!"

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24 February 2018 - 3:40pm
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Maybe it's just my expression but I think Microgaming developing their business lately by adding games from non so famous developers to their portfolio and not as much concentrated of developing their own...maybe I'm wrong but it seems that way to me.