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QuickFire debuts multiplayer roulette

TAGs: multi-player roulette, Quickfire

Multi PlayerRouletteThe Microgaming powered QuickFire has released its first multi-player online casino game with the launch of multi-player roulette, the first in a series of community-based games to be released by the company.

In an effort to diversify the company’s portfolio and capitalize on the trend of social gaming, QuickFire is making the online multi-player roulette game available to all of its clients on the Malta-licensed Bet3000, which will be the first operator to offer the new online game.

The multiplayer roulette game is based on one of Microgaming’s top performing games, Premier Roulette. Multi-player roulette allows players to place bets on the table alongside up to four other players, who can also choose to play on a 20, 40 or 60 second table.

Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, QuickFire spokesperson said in the news release: “Gaming is shifting so quickly and players’ demands are changing fast…Social gaming is becoming so popular and multi-player roulette brings a community feel to a relatively traditional game, replicating the land-based atmosphere in your own home. This will be a new product line for QuickFire powered by Microgaming that will work alongside our current QuickFire flash casino, mobile, live dealer, mini and nano games.”

Ellen Learmonth, director of affiliate marketing at Bet3000 added in the release: “Multi-player roulette is a great development and we are very excited to be able to offer our players this latest slot game in our selection of QuickFire Casino Games. The community bonuses and a chat application will improve player engagement and enhance the overall gaming experience. We think the games will prove to be very popular with our customer base, as they appeal to socially active players.”

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