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Betting group Microgaming has announced that they're adding Gong Gaming Technologies to its aggregation platform, enhancing the third party offering on their Quickfire platform and gaining exclusive rights to the company's games.
The deal will see Microgaming getting exclusive rights to distribute Gong's games, while the developer will get access to Microgaming's backend tools. Gong was founded in 2020 and has been designing two new games for the Microgaming platform, Pirate's Quest and Skulls Heap. The first exclusive game will be Inerfo Gladiator, and is available now.
"It's great to see a new studio bringing multiple games to the market so quickly, and we're thrilled to welcome Gong to our platform," said Microgaming's Andrew Booth. "With a maths-first logic, and some great creations to their name already, Gong are actively pursuing innovative content. We believe they have the potential to deliver even more sophisticated gaming technology, wrapped up with strong artwork, into the future."
Gong CEO Dima Farbman added: "We at Gong are honoured and excited to collaborate with Microgaming! Our main goal is to create high-quality, entertaining and engaging games, and we're constantly looking to improve and innovate. We were really pleased with the feedback we received for our two recent Microgaming releases, Pirate's Quest and Skulls Heap, and we can't wait to take our future content to the next level alongside Microgaming."