PokerStars Online Casino Signs Quickfire Content Deal

Published Monday, February 06, 2017 - Online-Casinos.com
PokerStars Online Casino Signs Quickfire Content Deal

There are literally thousands of online casinos on the internet today and players have a huge variety of choices to make when deciding where to play. The kind of software that internet casinos use is also varied but there are those that stand out among the rest.

The well known and established Microgaming software brand is breaking records when it comes to creating slots that excite and casinos that give the player a safe and secure environment in which to feel comfortable. A recent announcement revealed that another well known and perhaps the biggest online poker web sites Poker Stars has struck a landmark agreement, that will see Microgaming’s industry leading casino and mobile content go live in 2017, utilizing the Quickfire platform.

PokerStars Casino, one of the world’s many online casinos, will integrate with the Quickfire platform in order to gain access to Microgaming’s massive portfolio of around 600 games as well as jackpot games that are linked to the largest progressive jackpot network available.

Chief Operating Officer of PokerStars, Guy Templer said, “Microgaming needs no introduction. Their expertise in building industry leading slot games is second to none. PokerStars Casino customers will be able to play the best content that Microgaming’s Quickfire platform has to offer. This includes top hit slot games, massive brands and huge jackpot games. We have no doubt that Microgaming’s games will be very well received by our players and they will consolidate our position as the world’s fastest-growing online casino.”

The Director of Quickfire at Microgaming, Andrew Clucas, commented on the arrangement, “Signing a major industry name like PokerStars is always exciting for the Quickfire team and wider Microgaming business. With their offices only a stone throw away from ours, it’s great to be working closely with PokerStars through a content agreement that will bring our range of games to their millions of players across the globe.”

 

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