Pariplay becomes a development partner for Quickfire

Adrian Bailey
Adrian Bailey, Pariplay.

Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, has announced Pariplay as a new development partner. A whole host of games will be made available to over 400 brands on the Quickfire platform.

Earlier in the year, Microgaming established a relationship with the company by integrating Pariplay Ltd’s games collection to Pariplay’s content aggregation platform, FUSION network.

This announcement extends the cooperation, as Pariplay is now a development partner on Microgaming’s Quickfire platform, integrating a range of games, including scratch cards, instant wins and online slots.

A key strategic focus for Pariplay is its online scratch cards, with titles such as Atari Star Raiders® and Zodiac Fortune, and instant win games such as the recently-released Atari Asteroids®. The company’s collection of slots includes branded titles such as Atari Black Widow® and The Three Stooges®.

Adrian Bailey, General Manager at Pariplay Ltd, said: “We’re excited to see our partnership with Microgaming, which has significantly diversified our FUSION content network, continue to evolve by Pariplay becoming a Quickfire development partner, and having our games added to their platform. With over 400 brands live on the open platform, Quickfire will extend the reach of our online scratch cards, slots and other games into new global markets.”

Tom Chamberlain, Head of Quickfire at Microgaming, added: “Having content from a range of development partners is a core strategy for Quickfire, providing our operators with the very best gaming content available through one single integration. We’re thrilled to be extending our already strong relationship with Pariplay. Their games are a fantastic addition to the platform, and we look forward to working with the Pariplay team long into the future.”

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