Microgaming’s Quickfire platform was developed to offer the leading software provider’s games to online casino operators who do not hold a dedicated license to its full Viper platform. These casinos now have access to an array of games to offer their customers that includes slots, table games, video poker, and more. For the most part, Quickfire supports over 400 games and is made available to over 100 operators.
This includes the largest online progressive jackpot networks where new games are released on a regular basis. However, apart from online casinos, there are third party (also referred to as “White Label”) casino platform providers that have integrated with Microgaming’s Quickfire. This includes Everymatrix, Tain, ProgressPlay, Softswiss, and many more.
Herewith an overview of these companies and their relationship with Microgaming through Quickfire.
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Founded in 2008, EveryMatrix offers a range of software solutions to the online gambling industry. The provider has a global presence. Its product range includes OddsMatrix, a sports betting solutions that supports live events, CasinoEngine, a casino content aggregator with over 3,000 games, and GamMatrix, a gaming management and payment processing platform.
CasinoEngine is a module that integrates Microgaming’s Quickfire platform with a customizable front-end and includes Microgaming’s live dealer games. It is one of the most well rounded software providers while the casinos it operates are also among the most transparent in the industry such as Casino Cruise, which are among the eight casinos with Quickfire games. Currently, there are around 28 casinos on its network. It maintains licensing with most of the major jurisdictions including Malta, UK, and Curacao.
Tain has been providing online gaming solutions since 1999 and offers an extensive range of products and services for new and established casino operators. Tain added Quickfire to its range in December 2010 which gave them access to over 150 of Microgaming’s titles. In 2013, it merged with one of the largest betting exchanges, Betting Promotions. Its gaming sites and integrated components can b e accessed in instant play mode. The company’s software is tested and certified by eCOGRA while it has licensing with several jurisdictions including Malta, UK, Isle of Man, Curacao and Kahnawake. We currently do no recommend any of their brands due to poor customer service.
Founded in 2008, SoftSwiss diversified from online auction software to iGaming software provider. The development and distribution of its new iGaming software platform was taken over by the Austria-based Ibedio GmbH in 2013. Ruby on Rails (RoR) was used as the main tool to develop its online gaming platform due to its flexibility. Its casino products are available in HTML5, Flash and mobile apps and include over three dozen casino games. It also has a sports book module and a Bitcoin casino. The approximately 12 sites on its network including BitStarz Casino offers Quickfire games.
ProgressPlay is among the latest to make major inroads in the online gaming industry. The company was established in 2010 and in the short time has established partnerships with as many as 15 online casino operators. Its White Label product is easily integrated with games from top providers such as Microgaming. Casino operators have the ability to allow their to customers access games in HTML5 and Flash on a variety of devices including desktop, iOS and Android. The ProgressPlay platform features over 350 games that include Microgaming’s Quickfire in addition to other developers. These include video slots, scratch cards, table games, video poker, and live dealer games. ProgressPlay currently operates around 21 sites with as many as 10 featuring Quickfire games, such as Dazzle Casino. Malta, UK, and Curacao are among the major jurisdictions with which the provider maintains licensing.
AliQuantum Gaming has been in the online gaming market since 2003 with a mobile gaming platform as its first venture. It also diversified to develop a White Label platform for PCs through its affiliate, Plus-Five. Both are located in the UK and are licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority. Online casino operators that use their platforms are able to offer their players access to instant play games, kiosks, and mobile devices that use iOS, Android and J2ME. 3 brands that use its platform and includes Quickfire games include Rajah Bet and RooBet. The company holds a license from the Malta Gaming Authority. Please note that at the time of writing, Pure Microgaming does not endorse any casinos operting on this platform. If we find it impossible to communicate with their brands, we cannot subject our visitors to the same level of service.
While PariPlay was established in 2008 its first product went live in 2011. The Isle of Man-based provider is known for its unique approach to casino games with a focus on fixed-odds returns. They also develop games in the social networking arena. Its primary gaming license has been granted by the Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission. Its White Label software platform includes proprietary games and also allows for third party integration. This includes games from Microgaming’s Quickfire platform. As mentioned earlier, its platform does not operate off an RNG or random number generators but a fixed-odds algorithm which allows for a consistent and predictable ROI. Among the 6 sites on its network, Dizzy Win Casino offers games based on the Quickfire platform.
Danish igaming developer Magnet Gaming is among the latest to offer an engaging range of slots games for the online gambling market. Their games are optimized for HTML5 and is compatible across desktop, mobile, and tablets. The company was founded in 2014 and is a subsidiary of CEGO ApS, which has already been in the online gaming arena for over a decade and runs licensed casinos under a DGA license in Denmark. Magnet Gaming recently joined forces with Microgaming to offer content through the latter’s Quickfire platform. Brands are currenlty available only in Scandinavian languages.
Spain-based iGaming Cloud offers a robust igaming platform and currently offers access to over 1,000 licensed games from the top software providers including Microgaming’s Quickfire. IGC operates and is licensed out of Malta and also holds a UK gambling license. Some of the casinos that features Quickfire games includes Guts Casino and BetSpin.
Softgamings is among the new developers of igaming platforms that currently works with some of the largest casinos in the industry. It offers the best of slots and live casino games and easy integration with top providers such as Microgaming. Currently they operate on Maltese and Curacao licenses. There are approximately 25 sites on their network, including Leonbets. Please note that at the time of writing, Pure Mcirogaming did not recopmmend any of their brands due to their operators not respond to any of our communication.
Founded in 2008, Helisinki based Finnplay is a gaming platform provider that offers a wide range of White Label solutions customized to individual casino’s needs. They offer online gaming, mobile gaming, and a kiosk platform. Their fully customizable gaming platform BillFold can be easily integrated with various software providers that include Microgaming. Their gaming platform is certified in the gaming jurisdictions of Malta, Belgium and Curacao. We have not yet had any experience with their platform.
FUGA Gaming Technologies is a UK wide range gaming software provider that offers games with original content for land based as well as online and mobile based versions. This includes multiplayer table games, and gaming platforms. . In 2014, FUGA partnered with Odobo, the Gibraltar-based mobile developer, to help convert their games to HTML5 format. They currently offer 2 software gaming platforms that allow for third party integration. We have not yet tested their platform.
Founded in 2005, Cyprus based SkillOnNet is one of the first to enter the online gaming industry. It is one of the most popular P2P platforms and networks featuring casino games, multiplier games and tournaments. Over 10 online operators utilize SkillOnNet’s downloadable and Java based software which is regulated and licensed in Curacao. SkillOnNet supports approximately 15 brands.
Phillipine based Gamingsoft is a casino software supplier to various online casino operators across the globe. Tey provide a wide range of products including slots, live casino software, poker, keno, and more. They also offer different services such as White Label and turnkey casinos, and other mobile casino solutions. Currently, the supplier offers over 5,000 games and has established partnerships with various providers including Microgaming.
Playson is among the latest Malta based software development company that offers complete gaming solutions and third party integration for Flash and HTML5 platforms. The provider is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority and is involved in a number of online gaming sites in Western and Eastern Europe. Its network of 4 sites includes Casino-X that offers a wide range of Microgaming’s Quickfire games.
Novigroup Limited is an online sportsbook operator that is licensed in the Isle of Man and also operates an online casino that features Microgaming’s Quickfire games that can be found at Novibet.
Slovenia based Comtrade Gaming is an independent solutions provider that offers open gaming platforms to land based and online casino operators. iCore is their latest online gaming platform that comes with a wide range of player-engagement features to help casino operators deliver a great playing experience to its customers. Its gCore Game Server Technology is designed to easily integrate third party game content. In 2014, Comtrade Gaming entered an agreement to integrate games from the Microgaming-powered Quickfire platform into its iCore platform. This allows casino operators to access over 400 Quickfire games that include online casino, Bingo, Poker, Multi-player, and Live Dealer games.
UK based BetConstruct was established in 2005 and offers games for both online and land-based casino operations. The company is licensed in several jurisdictions that include the Malta Gaming Authority, Alderney Gambling Control Commission and the UK Gambling Commission. It’s gaming platform, ‘Spring Platform’ offers integration with third party software and is accessible in both download and instant play versions. An abbreviated platform is also available for iOS and Android systems. Of their over 1,000 games, a large selection are integrated from Microgaming’s Quickfire platform. T
* at the time of writing we chose to not recommend casinos operated on this platform, until such time as more is known about their reputation.
** we have not reviewed any casinos by this operator but may well add them to our directory in due course.