Maltese developer of gaming software Playson announced that it has concluded a distribution agreement with the Quickfire and Iforium. According to the agreements, Playson slot machines will work on the platform from Microgaming and Gameflex, and will be available for the respective networks of international operators.
It will of course take some time to complete the necessary technical integration with the Quickfire from Microgaming, so it is expected that the games will be launched in about a month. Among the products that are integrated into the platform are Dracula’s Family, Wild Hunters, Lucky Pirates, Alice in Wonderslots and others.
Playson comments on the deal
Commenting on the cooperation agreement with Microgaming, the Managing Director of Playson Adam Daniel said bringing the project up to the release of the stage is very interesting. He further noted that the Quickfire has an unsurpassed level of market penetration, and team partner throughout the process of integration has been particularly responsive and reliable. Daniel added that Playson expects momentum in the development after the release of their games on this platform.
Microgaming’s Quickfire comments on the deal
Tom Chamberlain, the Head of Microgaming’s Quickfire said, that cooperation with Playson in the design is just great. He added that the integration process was fast and free of any problems, and now gaming platform has full access to Playson products. These games will be available for all 400 online casinos that operate on the Quickfire.