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Microgaming Licensing Poker, Bingo and Mobile Casino Games Individually with QuickFire

Oct 21, 2010


Online gambling has been around for well over a decade now, and while technology has changed quite a lot, the basic structure of online casinos has not – until now.

The traditional pattern has been for each online casino to sign with a single software provider who licenses their games to the casino. This means that every web casino only offered games from the software’s game library.

A new trend is emerging that sees this model being turned on its head. While casinos still sign with a primary software provider to provide the bulk of their game offerings, they can now branch out, licensing popular games one at a time from other software groups. This is good for players because it gives them access to more variety in a single online casino.

Microgaming software is now following this pattern, letting non-Microgaming casinos carry their popular games. It is done through the recently developed QuickFire system, which currently supports more than 150 of Microgaming’s best games.

The QuickFire system includes not just online casino games, but also Microgaming’s poker, bingo, live dealer, and mobile casino products. Microgaming teams up with Spin3 to power a variety of mobile casinos, letting anyone play and win while on the move.

QuickFire spokesperson Ashley Sandyford-Sykes comments: “QuickFire provides a fast and cost efficient way for operators to bring Microgaming’s premium content to their players and we have been delighted with the market’s response since our launch. We are confident that this product will prove tremendously successful with Poker, Bingo and Sportsbook Operators looking to enhance their portfolio of casino side games.”

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