Playson Joins Microgaming's Quickfire Platform

Published March 1, 2016 by Lee R

Playson Joins Microgaming's Quickfire Platform

Playson is a new player getting a huge hand from an iGaming giant, as its content will now be available through Microgaming's Quickfire platform.

In a landmark integration deal, Microgaming will integrate Playson technology through its Quickfire platform.

The Deal 

In the deal, Microgaming has agreed to launch the latest HD Slot Titles from Playson across Quickfire’s global iGaming operator network. Some of Playson’s most popular titles include Alice in Wonderslots, Dracula’s Family, Bumper Crop, Wild Hunter, and Lucky Pirates. Additional Playson titles that players will be able to find at Quickfire casinos include PocketCasino EU, Royal Swipe Casino and Casino Adrenaline.

Playson Managing Director Adam Daniel celebrated bringing this project to the game-release stage, citing Quickfire’s market penetration and team responsiveness as the drivers to increasing the momentum of Playson's game releases on the Quickfire platform.

Microgaming's Quickfire Head Tom Chamberlain lauded Playson's rapid and hassle-free integration, explaining that Playson games would be blasted out over the 400 plus online gaming brands already live on the Quickfire platform.

About Playson

The Malta-based Playson is an interesting new comer on the iGaming scene. The innovative new HD content developer already boasts 30+ Flash and HTML5 games, currently licensed by Alderney, Malta and UK gaming authorities. Playson established itself by rapidly adapting to the needs of casino operators, who are negotiating turbulent times in adapting to regulations. 

About Microgaming's Quickfire

Microgaming's Quickfire is a platform that carries a package of games across its patented platform technology. Quickfire offers subscribing operators instant rapid access to multiple popular titles in order to diversify the holdings that each operator as client can offer their players. 

Quickfire technology offers the largest progressive jackpot network in the world, and is looking to sustain its leadership role through offering rapid deployment, seamless integration, and intelligent games management.

Quickfire technology is owned by Microgaming, developer of the first true online casino in 1994. The company has been breaking new ground over since, leading in innovation in the world of online gaming. 

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