Cameron Murphy08.08.2016

UK-licensed casino games developer, Gamevy, has partnered with Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, to become their latest developer to join the platform. Gamevy content will now be available to all Microgaming operator customers.

Following a quick integration process, Gamevy content has already gone live including a range of skill games, instant win games and unique games. These include their Spin Lotto game which combines online slots and lottery, as well as its lotto products such as Boss the Lotto and The Heist. Its latest additions to its suite include “intuitive games for non-slots players.”

Gamevy currently has a portfolio of ten games, with a number of instant win games about to launched. The gaming studio has been licensed in Gibraltar and by the UK Gambling Commission. These games are already live on Quickfire, with more games expected to be added.

“Gamevy’s content is fresh and exciting,” announced Tom Chamberlain, head of Quickfire at Microgaming. “A clear focus of ours is to deliver unique and differentiated content to the hundreds of brands live on the Quickfire platform. Gamevy definitely fits this bill and we’re excited to have them on board, adding to our already extensive library of Microgaming and development partner content.”

Through this deal, Gamevy game content will now be accessible to hundreds of operators around the world, including some of the biggest names in the industry.

“Microgaming and the Quickfire team are proving a true partner,” commented Helen Walton, chief marketing officer at Gamevy. “They understand our ideas and the opportunities that working together can bring. We have exciting plans to really expand Gamevy’s reach and range, thanks to the Quickfire platform.”

There are 25 development partners together with Quickfire which offers a single integration of a wide range of games content to its operators.