Slovenian technology provider Comtrade Gaming has signed a deal to integrate Quickfire’s portfolio of games into its iCore online gaming platform.

The integration will enable all of Comtrade’s licensed operators, such as Genting Alderney, to add Microgaming’s Quickfire content to their portfolio.

ComTrade will add over 400 games from Quickfire games to the iCore platform, including a range of casino, poker, bingo, live dealer and multi-player games.

Steven Valentine, Comtrade Gaming’s director of interactive, said: “We are very excited to be adding Quickfire content to our iCore, The Enterprise Gaming Platform. We believe this addition will be a great opportunity for both our existing and future clients to increase player numbers.

“Microgaming’s world renowned content is a great fit with our state of the art platform technology and supports our strategy in working with leading operators.”

Neill Whyte, Microgaming’s head of product channel, added: “Comtrade Gaming is an established supplier to the gaming industry. This deal will enable us to leverage off their extensive clientele, and extend our reach within the markets that they operate in. We have no doubt that our award-winning catalogue of games will be the perfect addition to Comtrade’s iCore platform.”

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