Aspire Global expands casino offering with Microgaming’s Quickfire platform

Malta-based online gaming operator Aspire Global has signed an agreement for Quickfire, powered by Microgaming.

Later this month, Aspire Global will go live with the Quickfire platform, adding Microgaming’s popular titles to its existing content portfolio and enabling its white label partners, and their players, to enjoy games such as Game of Thrones™, Thunderstruck, Terminator 2™ and plenty more. Aspire Global and its partners will also gain access to Quickfire’s promotional tools (Quickfire iQ) such as Achievements, Bet Settings and Free Games.

The fact that both Aspire Global and Microgaming are working in similar regulated markets (United Kingdom, Denmark, Malta) made this a natural and logical partnership.

Tom Chamberlain, Microgaming
Tom Chamberlain, Microgaming

Shmulik Segal, VP Product at Aspire Global, stated: “We believe that the combination of Microgaming’s speciality in creating popular games, together with Aspire Global CRM and analytics capabilities, will significantly boost our players experience and value, especially within our mobile solution.”

Tom Chamberlain, Head of Quickfire at Microgaming, added: “It’s been a busy start to the year for the Quickfire platform with some big signings and a jam-packed week at ICE Totally Gaming! It’s great to be working with Aspire Global; with white label partners around the globe, this deal will extend our reach to new markets.”

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