Thursday September 15,2011 : Online gambling firm enhances existing Quickfire flash platform
The popularity of Microgaming's Quickfire software platform continues to grow, with the latest deal an agreement with the Victor Chandler online gambling division to add mobile gaming content to the operator's existing Quickfire flexible platform.
Gibraltar based Victor Chandler signed up for QuickFire’s flexible flash platform earlier this year, enabling the operator to complement its existing offering with Microgaming’s premium content without the need for an extensive back-office system.
This latest deal will position QuickFire as Victor Chandler’s exclusive provider of mobile casino software.
The operator's players will now have access to an extensive choice of mobile games from Microgaming, complementing the existing mobile sports betting application.
Turlough Lally, head of mobile operations at Victor Chandler said this week that his company has been pleased and impressed with QuickFire since its integration earlier this year, and consequently upgrading to the mobile casino offering was a logical step.
"We currently operate the leading mobile sportsbook on the market and it’s great to be able to integrate with Microgaming’s mobile casino so we can offer our customers a best of breed fully integrated single App mobile gaming experience,” he said.
Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, a spokesperson for QuickFire, said:  "Over the past few years, mobile gaming has really come to the fore and QuickFire is committed to providing innovative solutions for this rapidly expanding market." He added that Victor Chandler had been among the first operators to take mobile content through QuickFire."