188Bet uses Quickfire platform
Internet gaming software provider Microgaming has signed a deal to supply Isle Of Man-licensed operator 188Bet with access to its Quickfire Flash-based mobile online casino and soft games platform.
Microgaming revealed that 188Bet already utilises its Quickfire desktop online casino and live dealer products as well as being a resident of its MPN, which was previously known as the Microgaming Poker Network.
“We are delighted that 188Bet has gone live with Quickfire’s mobile product [as] it’s always nice to have operators take on additional content following success with our other gaming solutions,” said Ashley Sandyford-Sykes from Microgaming.
“Already familiar with Quickfire’s casino games, we are confident that our mobile portfolio will perfectly suit its mobile gamers.”
The online sportsbook and casino operator will now be able to offer its mobile customers access to a suite of over 30 HTML5-based instant-play games from Quickfire including popular titles Thunderstruck and Tomb Raider.
“We have worked with Quickfire and Microgaming for a number of years now [and] their offering and expertise in the industry is most impressive,” said Frank Schuengel, mobile channel manager for 188Bet.
“Quickfire’s casino and live dealer offering has proved extremely successful and we expect the mobile content to perform just as well. We are very excited with how our mobile solution is progressing. Alongside these top-notch new games, we’re also offering our mobile players some fantastic new promotions.”