Gambling – news – casino games will have access to Microgaming’s Quickfire platform

Internet gaming software provider Microgaming has signed a deal to provide the new Malta-licensed domain at with access to its Quickfire Flash-based online casino and soft games platform.

Microgaming stated that has gone live with ‘an array of attention-grabbing games’ for desktop and mobile from Quickfire via an earlier arrangement with independent ‘white-label’ software provider EveryMatrix Limited.

“It’s fantastic to have another online casino launch to the marketplace with the Quickfire platform,” said Ashley Sandyford-Sykes from Microgaming.

“Recognising the importance in providing the finest games to suit a broad range of players, has made the right decision in partnering with Quickfire.”

Microgaming declared that the ‘wholly flexible and accessible platform’ from Quickfire allows multiple customised integration options with utilising the technology to additionally provide a range of support tools such as player communication and multiple payment and withdrawal options.

“We very much see Microgaming as the global leader in online gaming,” said Ben Clemes, Head of Casino Operations for

“Through Quickfire’s open platform, we now have access to Microgaming’s incomparable gaming content. No other games provider is as appealing and its content will play an integral role in the success of our brand.”