Malta-licensed operator NetBet has moved to enhance its casino gaming content by launching a portfolio of games supplied by Microgaming’s Quickfire.

NetBet, which is owned by Cosmo Gaming Company, is an online casino and sportsbook operator active in a number of markets including the UK and France. It also maintains a skin on the top tier of Playtech’s iPoker network which was merged with Poker770 in September last year.

NetBet signed an agreement with Quickfire late last year to expand its gaming content, with a selection of titles now live following an integration process.

Among the titles to launch are the popular Thunderstruck II and branded Terminator 2 game, with more titles to be added over the coming weeks.

“Microgaming games are the best in the industry; therefore it was a logical step to integrate with their open platform, Quickfire,” a spokesman for the operator commented. “We firmly believe that by adding these games, we will attract more players to our casino.”

Microgaming’s head of product channels Neill Whyte said that while NetBet offers hundreds of casino games, the agreement with Quickfire will allow it to offer players “the industry’s best and most entertaining content.”

“Our well-known game titles will definitely help NetBet to attract new players to their site,” Whyte added.