Microgaming's Quickfire has agreed a deal to add a selection of slot games from UK-based developer Betdigital to its open gaming platform.

Betdigital’s popular land-based game Super Pots Bar-X, which has been repurposed for online play, will be added to Quickfire's platform by the end of the year, with further titles to be follow in Flash and HTML5.

The developer's other games include Caesars Palace and Fantastic Fruits, with Superpots Bar-X originally launching exclusively for Ladbrokes in June this year.

Betdigital chief executive Heath Samples commented that adding its content to the Quickfire platform would significantly strengthen the company's position in the market.

“It enables us to work with Quickfire’s vast customer base and deliver our content to an entirely new audience,” Samples continued. “At Betdigital we want to work with the best - that’s why we chose Quickfire.”

Microgaming head of product channels Neill Whyte added: “Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, adds specialised, third party gaming content, to deliver the most extensive range of games to operators.

"We’re delighted Betdigital wanted to work with Quickfire to bring their land-based titles online; they’ll be a popular and strategic addition to the platform.”

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