Microgaming Providing Games to Gamesys

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Internet casino game developer Microgaming has announced that they've begun supplying some of their games to Gamesys thanks to a content deal between the two.

The company is porting their games via the Microgaming Quickfire platform, and will see Gamesys getting access to several of Microgaming's video slots such as Immortal Romance, Thunderstruck, and more. Gamesys brands include Jackpotjoy, Monopoly Casino, Virgin Games, Starspins, and Heart Bingo, and each of those sites will gain access to the titles.

Microgaming serves as one of the largest online betting companies in the world, and is the oldest developer in existence. The company has hundreds of games in their repertoire, and their games are available at more than 800 online casinos around the globe.

Commenting on the launch Microgaming's Andrew Clucas said, "There are few bigger names in our industry than Gamesys, whose brands will benefit from the global success and popularity of our games. We look forward to providing Gamesys with even more leading content in the weeks ahead."

Gamesys Marketing Director Simon Mizzi added: "We are delighted to add Microgaming to our small but growing portfolio of third-party content partnerships. Their industry pedigree and the quality of their games and branded titles speak for themselves, and we are certain they will add value across Gamesys managed ventures."

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2 November 2018 - 4:29pm

Probably Microgaming's representative flatters a bit Gamesys calling them one of the biggest names in the industry.
Certainly they'd have to improve in number of their offerings to become one of these but dealing with one of the top developers out there could certainly help I think.