Quickfire Poker Operator Joins M.p.n.

Armenian enterprise the second Quickfire operator to join Microgaming's network

Microgaming has announced the addition to its MPN online poker network of a second Quickfire operator, iGames.am registered in Armenia.

Quickfire Poker is the MPN's entry level poker product, built with a quick and easy integration in mind in Flash and HTML5 formats.

iGames is a relatively new but fast-growing entrant to the e-gaming world, licenced in Armenia and targeting the local Armenian market. The operator launched in March 2014 with a professional management team that has over 17 years' experience in land-based casino enterprises,

The company has its own development team, which has built many of the site's own bespoke games.

"iGames are a promising new operator targeting a very interesting growth market," Alex Scott, head of poker at Microgaming said Friday. "I'm very happy to be welcoming them, the first of many new operators to be joining our network in the coming months."

With the addition of iGames, the MPN adds its second Quickfire Poker operator to the network. The first, BetInternet, went live in June this year.

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