Offside Bet Powered By QuickFire

Microgaming launched the QuickFire software platform in 2010. Since then it has been very popular with clients. It aims to attract more business from sports books that want to offer Microgaming casino games to their players via a separate product vertical. The New Year has scarcely begun and QuickFire said it will introduce more than 150 casino games of which the majority are slots. Quickfire recently concluded an agreement with Offside Gaming enabling the latter to make use of the new QuickFire casino product.

Based in Malta and one of the leading B2B sports book technology providers it was founded in 2008. Offside Bet owns and manages its own sports book, new casino games would soon propagate on Offside Bet’s website. Popular internet slot games such as “Hellboy” and “Tomb Raider” will also feature, since its inception these two slot games have been very popular with players. Dark Horse comics’ super hero is Hellboy.

Colourful characters that feature in the comic book have been expertly designed in this new slot game.  There is a four level bonus game on screen two further accentuating the game’s overall enjoyment. Eidos is the game developer of the very popular slot game Tomb Raider, showcasing the adventuress and exploits of Lara Croft on the reels. The press release also mentioned Mega Moolah; arguably the largest network of progressive jackpots on the internet today would also be slotted into the agreement as well. Over $6 million has been paid out by this jackpot, it resets at $1 million creating an instant millionaire every time a hit is made.

Despite the fact that Offside Bet is the first Offside Gaming licensee to receive Microgaming games through QuickFire, other internet casinos will soon follow this route. The agreement exclusively allows the many global licensees of Offside Gaming to present top Flash-based titles from Microgaming. Yugano and Miljugadas are the most well-liked of these licensees; they are sports books offering specialised service to South American based players.

Chief Executive, Matt Jellicoe of Offside Gaming said, this business deal is the first of its kind and their sole aim is to investigate and exploit new market opportunities that might be profitable in the long run. The reason why Offside Gaming selected QuickFire, not only is it a product of Microgaming but it is famous for its ground-breaking technology and top-notch casino games as well.

Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, who represents QuickFire said, “We look forward working with sports book such as the likes of Offside Gaming. Our highly compliant QuickFire product enables a flawless and speedy integration into Offside Bet’s systems and we can’t wait for the casino games’ introduction in 2011.”



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