Malta-licensed gaming operator Casino Saga expanded the range of content it offers customers, signing up to launch a range of games provided via Microgaming’s Quickfire platform.

Casino Saga is a relatively new operator that looks to ramp up player engagement by using storytelling and gamification features to create an experience where players progress through levels, accumulate experience points and play as different characters on a range of gambling games.

It has bolstered its content portfolio with Quickfire’s content as it looks to expand into new European and international markets.

The operator’s founder Georg Westin said the decision to integrate with Quickfire was a simple one for his company.

“Firstly, we wanted to be able to offer our players Microgaming content, some of the best casino slots in the market,” he explained. “What’s more, the Quickfire platform hosts an established list of development partners which we can now tap in to.

“We had high expectations of the Quickfire platform; now live, it hasn’t disappointed.”

Microgaming’s head of product channels Neill Whyte said: “We are proud to have signed Casino Saga, a forward-thinking operator, which focuses heavily on the player journey. Our content will be a perfect match for their online casino. Our games are designed with players’ front of mind, to keep them engaged and on the edge of their seats.

“In addition, the operators’ focus on gamification will be supported by our game management modules: Achievements and Free Games.”

Casino Saga also features content supplied by the likes of Play’n GO, NetEnt and BetSoft Gaming.

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