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‘The exclusive deal with Microgaming’s Quickfire platform provides Foxium with the chance to produce better games and reach more operators,’ said Åke André, who is Chief Executive Officer at Foxium. ‘With the extensive distribution network available through Quickfire, we believe we are in the best position to capitalise on the growing online casino market. We’re excited that our epic thriller Vampire: The Masquerade – Las Vegas, is the first game to go live following this deal. We will look to utilise the value adds Quickfire offers, such as their impressive Achievements module and gamification tools.’
Andrew Clucas, who is Director of Quickfire at Microgaming, is equally pleased with the new deal. ‘We are delighted to have Foxium on board, delivering exclusive content to Quickfire at no additional cost to our operators, following the recent removal of a platform fee,’ he said. ‘We believe Foxium games will be a popular addition to the platform.’
Whilst we will have to wait until next week for the first Foxium title to appear on the Quickfire platform, there are plenty of other games that are worth looking at as we approach Halloween. The most obvious is the new game based on the original Halloween movie from 1978, but you could also look at the recently released Monster Wheels title, as well as the slightly older – but just as satisfying – Beautiful Bones and Red Hot Devil. All of these games can be played at 32Red Casino and other venues on the Microgaming and Quickfire platforms.