Malta-based casino games developer Playson has joined the list of third-party suppliers developing content for Microgaming’s Quickfire open platform.

The agreement will see Playson distribute its collection of high definition slot titles to operators via the Quickfire platform, with popular games such as Alice in Wonderslots, Dracula’s Family, Bumper Crop, Wild Hunter and Lucky Pirates among those going live.

“Bringing this project to the game-release stage is incredibly exciting,” Playson managing director Adam Daniel said.

“Quickfire’s market penetration is second to none, the responsiveness and cooperation from their team has been excellent and we are looking forward to building momentum with our game releases on the Quickfire platform.”

Microgaming’s head of Quickfire Tom Chamberlain added: “It is great to have Playson on board as a Quickfire development partner.

“Following a rapid and hassle-free integration, Quickfire now has access to their high quality catalogue of games which are readily available to the 400 online gaming brands live on our platform.”