Quickfire expands inventory with NextGen and Genesis Gaming

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Microgaming’s Quickfire operators have expanded their games inventory following content supply agreements signed with online games development companies NextGen and the Vegas-based Genesis Gaming.

The versatility of the QuickFire system allows operators to supplement their existing selection of games and services through a straightforward integration process, without the need for extensive back-office systems. The platform can covers all internet gambling verticals, including Casino, Poker, Bingo, Live Dealer and Mobile and is already used by the likes of Bet365, Samvo, Virgin Games and GoldWin.

Joining the QuickFire portfolio will be Drone Wars from Genesis Gaming and 20 titles from Australia’s NextGen Gaming, including Mad Mad Monkey and the Spartan epic slot 300 Shields.

Steven Meistrich, founder and CEO at Genesis Gaming, said in the release, “Drone Wars will be offered exclusively through QuickFire and was developed due to the popularity of vintage sci-fi action games…We are looking forward to working with QuickFire as it provides bespoke offerings, which have been phenomenally popular to date, and we can’t wait to supply more proprietary content in the coming months.”

The chief executive of NextGen, Matt Davey, said in the release, “We are delighted to be able to offer 20 of NextGen’s games through QuickFire. From start to finish, it has been an easy and straightforward process for us to integrate some of our most complex bonus features and we are sure that there will be more game releases through QuickFire on the horizon.”

Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, a spokesman for QuickFire, also added in the press release, “Choosing to partner with these two gaming developers will offer operators an extensive range of casino content, combined with a versatile, hassle free experience for their players and we look forward to a long and successful working relationship with both businesses.”


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