B2B casino group, SkillOnNet, and leading casino software provider, Microgaming, have signed a content agreement that will see Quickfire, powered by Microgaming and Microgaming content added to the SkillOnNet collection of games.
SkillOnNet will integrate the Quickfire platform and will add Microgaming content, making it available via its online websites. The deal will provide SkillOnNet with more than 500 titles with some of the providers’ top games being included in the deal, such as Avalon II, Mega Moolah and Thunderstruck, as well as their branded titles including Bridesmaids, Jurassic Park and Terminator 2. The games will be available via desktop and mobile and new games that are launched by Quickfire will be included in the deal and will also be added to the SkillOnNet games.
“We are delighted to offer Microgaming games to our players, via the Quickfire platform; their huge catalogue of online slots, together with the industry’s largest progressive jackpot slots network, will take our casinos to a new level in both desktop and online mobile content,” announced Michael Golembo, director of sales at SkillOnNet.
Through this deal, Microgaming and Quickfire will be able to expand the reach of their game content as there are ten gaming websites that operate under SkillOnNet, including DrueckGlueck, EUcasino.com, MegaCasino, PlayMillion, QueenVegas, SlotsMagic and VegasWinner.
“With over ten online gaming sites under the SkillOnNet umbrella, through this agreement we are extending the reach of our content to new audiences,” stated Andrew Clucas, director of Quickfire at Microgaming.
“Microgaming has the largest portfolio of content in the marketplace and with further innovative content being released each month, it’s an exciting time for SkillOnNet and their casino players.”
This deal has come only a couple of weeks after Microgaming’s Quickfire signed a similar deal with GVC.