Monday September 3, 2012 : JPMi AND QUICKFIRE IN GAME SUPPLY DEAL
Popular land-based titles for online along with newly developed content
JPM Interactive (JPMi) has entered into a game supply deal with Microgaming that will see its online game portfolio deployed through the QuickFire platform.
Historically a pub and club machine game developer, the 40-year old company's land game conversions to the online environment are proving popular.
JPMi's new content development under the Max Power brand promises exciting content as the company continues converting is most popular and classic AWP titles for release on QuickFire.
The first JPMi title to go live on the platform in the coming weeks will be "Turbo", followed by "Criss Cross Cash", "Eldorado", "Daytona", "4th Dimension" and "Black Magic". The games all feature the Max Power progressive bonus and are multi-stake, multiple win line games.
Andrew Davies of JPMi said: “Operators are finding that JPMi’s AWP style games bring an added dimension to the online player experience, broadening their player base and boosting the confidence of new players who are already familiar with the JPMi titles, having enjoyed them in other land based environments.
“The innovative QuickFire platform, powered by Microgaming, will enable the JPM group’s extensive games catalogue to be integrated with a variety of external player account systems.”
“We’re delighted to be partnering with JPMi and believe that this venture will be highly successful. Our first class service and easy integration process means that any new products can be rolled out to operators with the minimum of fuss. We are looking forward to working together over the coming months,” added QuickFire spokesperson, Ashley Sandyford-Sykes.