Casino Saga Selects Microgaming's Quickfire

Wider choice of games following new agreement

Online gambling games supplier Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, is providing gaming content to Casino Saga, an operator that specialises in casino gamification.
Although a relatively new online casino, Casino Saga has established itself quickly on the online gaming scene, and was created by a group of Scandinavian game enthusiasts.
The operator prides itself on making use of storytelling and gamification features to create a unique and engaging player experience, taking players on an adventure where they can score points, level up in the casino, and travel around new virtual lands with different characters.
Georg Westin, founder of Casino Saga, said Thursday: "The Quickfire platform hosts an established list of development partners which we can now tap in to. We had high expectations of the Quickfire platform; now live, it hasn't disappointed."
Neill Whyte, head of product channels at Microgaming said that Quickfire games would be a good fit for Casino Saga's focus on gamification, which will be supported by the product's game management modules for achievements and free games.

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