Microgaming Teams Up with PokerStars for Casino Content Deal
The Isle of Man and Canada have never been closer together as one of world’s biggest online gaming supplier Microgaming and industry’s top operator PokerStars came together to sign the top-shelf supply deal for the year 2017.
Casino Content Supply Agreement
Microgaming agreed to provide its top quality online casino content to its new partner owned by the Canada-based company Amaya.
The casino content will be transferred through the Quickfire gaming platform which will allow players to access a wide selection of games which include video slots and jackpot games which are part of progressive jackpot network.
Both companies expressed more than polite mutual content talking about the deal they struck as the confidence has also been shared regarding the expectations towards the positive results which should be yielded from the cooperation.
“Microgaming’s expertise in building industry-leading slot games is second to none”, said PokerStar chief operating officer Guy Templer.
Mutual Content and Excitement
PokerStars are convinced Microgaming will consolidate the company’s position as the world’s fastest-growing online casino.
PokerStars is one of world’s biggest online poker distributor, which is primarily associated with poker offering, but the Amaya-owned operator is looking to diverse its selection and add to the increasing number of its casino products in a number of regulated environments.
“It’s great to be working closely with PokerStars thorough a content agreement that will bring our range of games to their millions of players across the globe”, Director of Quickfire at Microgaming, Andrew Clucas, added.
Quickfire and Microgaming have also expressed their excitement over landing a major industry name in a casino content deal.
Amaya hit the headlines for the second time in just a couple of days as the Canadian company last week added another payment on its outstanding deferred purchase price as per obligation for its acquisition of the Rational Group back in August 2014.