Young developer's interesting and fresh games will enhance Microgaming's Quickfire offering
Online gambling games developer start-up Gamevy has signed up to supply its innovative range of games to the Quickfire platform, a statement Thursday announced.
In a relatively short space of time Gamevy has become respected for its original skill gameshows, such as The Heist and Gears of Fortune, where players prove their skill by answering quiz questions correctly to unlock jackpots.
Instant wins such as Boss the Lotto, Diamond Deal and Epic Gems are also proving popular amongst players due to their cash-out features, and more recently the developer has added intuitive games for 'non-slots players', such as Spin Lotto, where players select the lucky numbers they'll win on.
"Gamevy's content is fresh and exciting," said Tom Chamberlain, head of Quickfire at Microgaming. "A clear focus of ours is to deliver unique and differentiated content to the hundreds of brands live on the Quickfire platform. Gamevy definitely fit this bill and we're excited to have them on board, adding to our already extensive library of Microgaming and development partner content."
The deal with Quickfire gives Gamevy direct access to a network distribution of hundreds of operators, including many of the industry's biggest gaming brands.
"Microgaming and the Quickfire team are proving a true partner," said Gamevy's CMO Helen Walton. "They understand our ideas and the opportunities that working together can bring. We have exciting plans to really expand Gamevy's reach and range."
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