The online casino and poker domain at PokerStars has completed the bespoke integration of the Quickfire platform from gaming software developer Microgaming Software Systems Limited and is now offering players access to a wide range of new games including the Mega Moolah and Immortal Romance video slots.
Licensed by the Gambling Commission in the United Kingdom, PokerStars is a brand of Canadian firm Amaya Incorporated and inked a deal in February to incorporate the Flash-based and mobile-friendly Quickfire innovation with online aficionados now additionally able to enjoy titles such as Ariana, Break Da Bank Again and Thunderstruck II.
“We are very pleased that our players now have access to some of the most popular games in the online casino industry, further strengthening our existing product offering,” read a statement from Bo Wanghammar, Casino Operations Director for PokerStars. “This partnership, alongside bespoke games developed by PokerStars, will help provide our customers with the best online gaming experience that can’t be found elsewhere. We look forward to further expanding with Microgaming [Software Systems Limited] in the near future.”
The integration moreover means that PokerStars players now have access to one of the industry’s largest progressive jackpot networks while the coming months will see further video slots such as Lost Vegas, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider and Mermaid Millions added to the site’s portfolio.
“It’s a great achievement to see Quickfire live on PokerStars,” read a statement from Andrew Clucas, Quickfire Director for Isle of Man-based Microgaming Software Systems Limited. “It is a renowned gaming brand with a huge player base and we believe Microgaming [Software Systems Limited] content is the perfect fit for its casino customers. We will continue to work closely with PokerStars as it looks to grow its games portfolio through Quickfire. This will be a long and fruitful relationship for both parties.”