Microgaming content is now live on Bet-at-home.com after the recent integration of the online gaming and sports betting company with the Quickfire platform.

Founded in 1999 by Jochen Dickinger and Franz Ömer, Bet-at-home.com has grown to possess a registered customer base of 4.8 million worldwide. The Düsseldorf-headquartered company offers online sports betting, casino, Vegas games, live casino, virtual sports and poker.

In an effort to grow its games offering, the European online gambling and sports betting company has integrated with the award-winning Quickfire platform making Microgaming’s slots portfolio accessible. To date, bet-at-home.com has gone live with more than 130 Microgaming titles including favorites such as Ariana, Avalon, EmotiCoins and Thunderstruck. The integration has also made available strategic development partner content.

Commenting on the partnership, Director of Quickfire at Microgaming, Andrew Clucas, said, “Bet-at-home.com is a fantastic addition to the Quickfire platform; they are highly experienced in the gaming industry with a large, global customer base. I am sure the collection of games they have taken live will be extremely popular with their players,” according to the news release.

Along with gaining access to the industry’s largest game’s portfolio, Quickfire operators also benefit from Quickfire iQ modules such as bonusing, free games, incentives and achievements.