Isle of Man-based iGaming software supplier Microgaming has signed a landmark agreement with Amaya to launch a wide selection of content for PokerStars through its Quickfire open platform.

The agreement will see Microgaming supply PokerStars with a range of online and mobile casino games for its rapidly-growing PokerStars Casino via an integration with the Quickfire platform, giving the operator access to hundreds of proprietary and third-party slots and jackpot games.

"Signing a major industry name like PokerStars is always exciting for the Quickfire team and wider Microgaming business," director of Quickfire Andrew Clucas said.

"With their offices only a stone throw away from ours, it's great to be working closely with PokerStars through a content agreement that will bring our range of games to their millions of players across the globe."

"Microgaming needs no introduction," PokerStars chief operating officer Guy Templer added. "Their expertise in building industry leading slot games is second to none.

"We have no doubt that Microgaming's games will be very well received by our players and they will consolidate our position as the world's fastest-growing online casino."

The first titles from Quickfire are set to go live on early this summer.