Bla Bla Bla Content Attracts Quickfire

Exclusive deal through RNG Foundry

South African software developer Bla Bla Bla Studios has caught the attention of Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, through its relationship with RNG Foundry – a gambling sector accelerator launched in association with Velo Partners, the UK's most active gambling investor.
Under the terms of the deal Bla Bla Bla Studios will develop and distribute exclusive gaming content for integration into the Quickfire platform.
"We followed Bla Bla Bla Studios for some time and liked what we saw," Evan Hoff, RNG Foundry partner, said. "In a relatively short period they have developed an international reputation for their leading-edge animation and specialist knowledge of how to produce compelling content for casino players in the key regulated markets. It's great to be working with such a dynamic and creative company."

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