Bitcoin Casino Integrates Microgaming Quickfire Games

Bitcoin-only platform first to integrate Quickfire content

Bitcoin platform provider will offer Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, games in a content supply deal announced Tuesday, to which it claims to be the first ever licensed Bitcoin-only gaming platform to do so.

The integration will provide operators access to a portfolio of over 400 games in 20 languages, the first going live with Coingaming's biggest B2B partner, Mark McGuinness, communications director for Coingaming said.

"Coingaming is well-respected when it comes to Bitcoin gaming platforms and white label services," added Neill Whyte, head of product channels for Microgaming. "We are delighted that they have chosen Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, to amplify their casino games offering."

The bitcoin platform provider integrated 24 HD casino games from Czech Republic-based software start-up Endorphina following another content deal announced last week (see previous InfoPowa report).

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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