Pinnacle To Offer Microgaming Content Through Quickfire Platform
The Isle of Man-headquartered software development company Microgaming has announced its latest agreement with one of the internet’s largest online gaming operators Pinnacle.
Under the provisions of the new deal, Pinnacle will offer its customers the chance to enjoy more than 600 Microgaming casino games.
Two Leading Companies Working Together
In addition to this, they will also gain access to Microgaming’s progressive jackpot network, which is the largest one in the industry.
Following the latest announcement, Pinnacle will be able to use Quickfire iQ, Microgaming’s in-house developed set of modules that enhance gameplay, player engagement and increase lifetime value.
Commenting on the new deal, Pinnacle Chief Executive Officer Paris Smith said the operator was delighted to form this partnership with Microgaming. Smith added it seemed right that the world’s most competitive bookmaker worked with the leading supplier of online gaming software to enhance their casino offering.
She said Pinnacle was looking forward to the success its new casino would bring and emphasized that Microgaming and Quickfire were a big part of that.
An Important Partnership
On the other hand, Andrew Clucas, director of Quickfire at Microgaming, stated Pinnacle was a great addition to the platform, especially since they had more than 20 years of experience in the industry, and a presence worldwide.
Clucas said that through Quickfire, Microgaming could support the operator not only with the company’s vast portfolio of games, but also specialist back-office tools designed to grow an operator’s business.
He also expressed his belief the relationship with Pinnacle would be a long and successful one.
Founded in 1998, today Pinnacle operates in more than 200 countries around the world, delivers sports betting, casino and educational betting-related content to its wide audience of players on all four corners of the Earth.