Microgaming Quickfire Joins Forces with Comtrade Gaming

Microgaming Quickfire Joins Forces with Comtrade Gaming

Microgaming have announced that they have entered into a deal that will allow their instant-play Quickfire platform to be integrated into Comtrade Gaming’s iCore Enterprise Gaming Platform. This re-seller agreement will enable Microgaming to get their Quickfire games out to the large network of casinos that are currently using Comtrade Gaming products, ultimately giving players more variety.

Comtrade Gaming Hopes for More Market Share

With this deal, Comtrade Gaming expects that its client casinos will see more new players as well as more play from existing customers. Steven Valentine, director of interactive operations at Comtrade Gaming, said:

“We believe this addition will be a great opportunity for both our existing and future clients to increase player numbers. Microgaming’s world renowned content is a great fit with our platform technology and supports our strategy in working with leading operators.”

Microgaming Looks to Broaden Quickfire’s Exposure

Although they have already achieved an impressive share of the market, Microgaming hopes that this re-seller agreement will make their Quickfire line even more popular with players. In a press release, Neill White, the Head of Product Channels at Microgaming, stated:

“Comtrade Gaming is an established supplier to the gaming industry. This deal will enable us to leverage off their extensive clientele, and extend our reach within the markets that they operate in. We have no doubt that our award-winning catalogue of games will be the perfect addition to Comtrade’s iCore platform.”

A Truly Seamless Integration

The Microgaming Quickfire platform has successfully made over 400 Microgaming slots and other casino favorites available in a fast, totally instant-play interface. This new agreement with Comtrade Gaming will make these games even easier to find. Best of all, casinos that are already using Comtrade Gaming iCore will be able to integrate the Quickfire games without disrupting game management, banking, or other processes.

If this agreement goes as planned, online casino players can expect to see Microgaming Quickfire games soon at many regulated sites currently using Comtrade Gaming’s iCore platform.