Companies have previously worked together on the Quickfire platform
The Isle of Man-based online gambling sopftware propvider Microgaming has inked an long-term exclusive deal to supply Rabcat-developed games to its network of operators.
Microgaming's relationship with Rabcat began in 2012 when the company became a development partner on the Quickfire platform.
The agreement secures Microgaming as the exclusive distributor of Rabcat games going forward, and in addition to the global distribution network available through Quickfire, selected Rabcat content will also be delivered to Microgaming operators, including games like Dragon's Myth, Legend of Olympus and Castle Builder, utilising download, Flash and HTML5 platforms.
Thomas Schleischitz, CEO of Rabcat, explains: "Through the Quickfire platform we have witnessed first-hand the technical prowess and expertise that Microgaming possesses. This new commercial agreement is a big step forward which will assist greatly to unleash Rabcat's full potential. Microgaming's operator base is second to none, and through this deal our premium game titles will reach a far more extensive audience than before."
Roger Raatgever, CEO of Microgaming, said the agreement underlines his company's commitment to building successful and effective partnerships.
"A strong bond through Quickfire has enabled us to enter a more committed contract with Rabcat; an agreement which we are confident will be fruitful for both parties involved," he said.
"This is an exciting deal, particularly for our download casino operators who will now have access to Rabcat's cutting-edge 3D slots for the first time. Rabcat games have universal appeal and will form the perfect addition to our gaming portfolio."
The first of Rabcat's games to go live with Microgaming is Castle Builder, a five-reel slot launched in 2013 that introduced the innovative level-based-slot feature to online gaming. Castle Builder is scheduled to go live in January 2015.
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