SkillOnNet integrates the Quickfire platform

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B2B casino group SkillOnNet integrates the Quickfire platform and it is to offer Microgaming’s wide range of gaming content.

Due to the fact that SkillOnNet integrates the Quickfire platform, SkillOnNet will bring Microgaming content to its online gaming websites like SlotsMagic, DrueckGlueck, Megacasino, PlayMillion, VegasWinner, QueenVegas and EUcasino.com.

Games that will be available on gambling websites will include such titles as ‘Thunderstruck’, ‘Avalon II’ and ‘Mega Moolah’, as well as branded titles such as ‘Bridesmaids’, ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘Terminator 2’.

SkillOnNet director of sales Michael Golembo:

“We are delighted to now offer Microgaming games to our players, via the Quickfire platform; their huge catalogue of online slots, together with the industry’s largest progressive jackpot slots network, will take our casinos to a new level in both desktop and online mobile content.”
Andrew Clucas, director of Quickfire at Microgaming, added:

“With over 10 online gaming sites under the SkillOnNet umbrella, through this agreement we are extending the reach of our content to new audiences. Microgaming has the largest portfolio of content in the marketplace, and with further innovative content being released each month, it’s an exciting time for SkillOnNet and their casino players.”

By integrating with the Quickfire platform, SkillOnNet will get access to more than 500 Microgaming games.

B2B casino group SkillOnNet powers online gaming sites such as SlotsMagic, DrueckGlueck, Megacasino, PlayMillion, VegasWinner and EUcasino.com. After a deal with Quickfire, SkillOnNet will be able to add Microgaming’s established portfolio of games to their expanding network of well-known casinos. SkillOnNet is one of the leading casino software providers offering flexible online casino platforms that easily adapt to the gambling industry’s changing needs and bring a wide range of state of the art games.

Microgaming Software Systems Ltd is a privately owned Isle of Man-based software developer that is believed to have launched the first genuine online casino in 1994.

SkillOnNet integrates the Quickfire platform was last modified: October 11th, 2016 by CasinoNews.Today