PlayFortuna In Content Deal With QuickFire

New online casino in content supply deal with industry veteran
Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, has signed a casino content supply deal with new operator PlayFortuna.
The new online casino has been developed with a flexible bonus system to run alongside regular promotions.
Andrew Zinger, Head of PR at PlayFortuna, said: “We chose Quickfire as it is a well-known and reputable gaming content provider. We were impressed with the vast number of games available, the monthly release of new content and the platform’s simple integration process.”
Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, Head of Quickfire, added: “As a new casino launching into the marketplace, PlayFortuna recognised the importance of providing the highest quality gaming content in order to attract players to their site. By choosing Quickfire, PlayFortuna offers Microgaming’s renowned gaming content; this will form a fantastic acquisition tool for new players.”
The website, available in Russian and English, is registered under Netglobe Services Ltd and operates with  a Curacao licence, while its company office and services appear to be located in Cyprus.
A simple, easy to navigate interface, average design and full player services are on offer.