Malta-licensed online gaming site GoWild Casino will relaunch on its own independent gaming platform during the second quarter of the year, bringing an end to its long-running exclusive partnership with Microgaming.

The new platform will feature content from more than 15 developers including the likes of NetEnt, Evolution Gaming, Novomatic, and Scientific Games, alongside Microgaming titles which will now be delivered via the Quickfire platform.

The move is aimed at supporting the operator's continued multi-product and multi-brand growth strategy, and brings to an end GoWild’s exclusive partnership with Microgaming which began more than ten years ago.

“This has been a fruitful time for us, with Microgaming powering and supporting our growth,” said Itai Zak, the former SBTech CEO who now leads GoWild Gaming. “As we move to our own platform, we look forward to continuing to work with Microgaming through its award-winning Quickfire platform, as well as other software providers, to deliver best-of-breed content and an exceptional user experience to our loyal players, while sharing in our mutual success with our partners.”

GoWild added that the new platform had been created to provide the “best possible products and user experience to players”, including a sophisticated CRM system and a large variety of local payment options in all of its key markets.

“By utilising the Microgaming casino platform, GoWild have experienced exceptional growth over the past decade,” said Roger Raatgever, chief executive of Microgaming. “With a very strong relationship in place, we will continue to support their growth by delivering the biggest and best games portfolio to their new iGaming platform via our Quickfire product, which continues to go from strength to strength.”

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