Article published on 23 March 2011

Victor Chandler and QuickFire Join Forces

Victor Chandler gets games from Microgaming's QuickFire
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Microgaming launched QuickFire into the gambling industry in a bid to allow existing casinos to integrate the best of the software giant's games into their systems, without switching providers.

Deals were signed with top groups such as NordicBet and DiamondBet, and the latest partnership deal was struck with the leading gambling giant, Victor Chandler.

QuickFire announced that it will be integrating its flash based games into Victor Chandler online casino's backend system.

This means that players will be able to access 150 top titles, including progressive jackpot games with staggering sums of money up for grabs.

"Microgaming is the market leading supplier of online and mobile casino content and Victor Chandler is thrilled to be offering its games through QuickFire," said the Head of Casino and Games at Victor Chandler, Andrew Dymock.

"We continually strive to offer players a truly best of breed, unique range of quality gaming content, and now with the addition of Microgaming titles, our product has grown significantly in stature," he said.

Dymock added: "QuickFire's integration process has been seamless and we're sure this new offering will prove a hit with our players."

"QuickFire's rapid integration, combined with the strength and reputation of Microgaming's content is an enormously attractive proposition for operators, both in terms of customer acquisition and player retention," said Sandyford-Sykes, a spokesperson for QuickFire.

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