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Online betting site Pinnacle has announced that they've officially gone live with Quickfire game content on their website following a content supply deal with Microgaming.
The agreement will see Pinnacle offering the full Quickfire platform through their website, which will offer more than 600 different casino games that have been developed by Microgaming themselves, with additional games from 20 other developers being ported as well. The games include desktop and mobile games as well as access to the Quickfire progressive jackpot network.
Commenting on the deal Pinnacle CEO Paris Smith said, "We are delighted to have formed this partnership with Microgaming. It only seems right that the world's most competitive bookmaker works with the leading supplier of online gaming software to enhance our casino offering. We're looking forward to the success our new casino will bring, and Microgaming and Quickfire are a big part of that."
Microgaming's Andrew Clucas also commented, noting: "With over 20 years' experience in the industry and a presence worldwide, Pinnacle are a great addition to the platform. Through Quickfire we can support the operator not only with Microgaming's vast portfolio of games, but also specialist back office tools designed to grow an operator's business. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with Pinnacle."
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