Quickfire and Playson Announce Partnership

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Written by Ian Bruce
Published on Wednesday 9th March 2016, 9:11 am
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Quickfire, the online gaming platform from Microgaming that allows casinos to offer titles to their clients via Flash and mobile, has announced that it has entered into an agreement with HD games developer Playson. The team-up deal will mean that Quickfire players will be able to enjoy Playson’s impressive range of HD titles, and the development partnership is being applauded as a genuine win-win that will benefit both companies equally.

Microgaming’s Quickfire platform already offers over 500 games to players, including some of the biggest titles – and some of the biggest jackpots – around. Thunderstruck II, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and Hitman slots are all on the Quickfire platform, and online gaming operators who want to offer such games to their customers can do so without having to resort to a complete overhaul of their existing infrastructure. 

It is this promise of seamless integration with Quickfire that makes the platform so attractive to operators, and once they are on board they can give their customers access to the biggest online progressive jackpot network in the world. Quickfire offers its games in 20 different languages, with new games being launched on a monthly basis, so it is a solution that is being applied by operators around the world.

Playson is based in Malta, but has a global staff, and the company specialises in developing casino, slots and skill games that make the best possible use of high definition graphics and new technology. The company offers games in HTML5 format for mobile devices and in Flash format for browser-based casinos, and some of its most popular titles include Dracula’s Family, Wild Hunter and Alice in Wonderslots.

By working with Quickfire, Playson will be able to see their titles reach a much bigger audience than previously. As Playson’s Managing Director Adam Daniel explained, ‘Bringing this project to the game-release stage is incredibly exciting. Quickfire’s market penetration is second to none, the responsiveness and cooperation from their team has been excellent and we are looking forward to building momentum with our game releases on the Quickfire platform.’

Tom Chamberlain, who is Head of Quickfire at Microgaming, is similarly enthusiastic about the partnership. ‘It is great to have Playson on board as a Quickfire development partner,’ he said. ‘Following a rapid and hassle-free integration, Quickfire now has access to their high quality catalogue of games which are readily available to the 400 online gaming brands live on our platform.’

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