Microgaming Teams Up with Victor Chandler Mobile

Microgaming Teams Up with Victor Chandler Mobile

When two big names in the online gaming industry such as software giants Microgaming and sports book leaders Victor Chandler team up, people take notice.

It was a press release by the Isle of Man based software providers that brought the attention of the industry to the deal struck by Microgaming to provide mobile software to Victor Chandler via its powerful flash based platform, QuickFire. This is a first for Microgaming’s QuickFire. Until now, it had only provided computer based gaming software, making this deal a particularly sweet one for Microgaming.

From the other side of the deal, Victor Chandler, one of the top independent operators of online gaming, see this move as significant as it represents a big step forward into the mobile arena. The company already runs a successful mobile sports betting app and sees this as an extension to this service with customers now being able to access the very best of Microgaming’s casino game software on the move. The move places QuickFire in the position of exclusive mobile casino provider for Victor Chandler.

According to Victor Chandler’s Head of Mobile, Turlough Lally, the company have been more than happy with Quickfire as their computer based software platform since it was integrated with their system earlier in the year. It was a natural next step to selecting the software for their mobile platform. As the leaders in the mobile sports book arena, it’s a big boost to integrate with the mobile casino software from Microgaming and offer their customers a wide range of mobile games from a single app.

Over the last few years, advancements in mobile gaming have come in giant leaps. Microgaming has kept pace with those advancements and is perfectly placed to offer their innovative mobile gaming solutions to forward thinking operators such as Victor Chandler. Quickfire offers players access to the large and growing range of Microgaming titles and integrates seamlessly with any system, covering platforms for online casino and poker, with or without live dealer, as well as bingo and now mobile. It enables operators to access a huge central suite from the top software provider consisting of well over 250 successful, premium content winners that have stood the test of time.

To add to the already enormous stock of games, Microgaming add new titles each month. QuickFire has also started including games from other software providers, further swelling the selection and increasing its highly competitive advantage. To date, QuickFire has seen major successes with online casinos and its move into mobile territory will see the company go from strength to strength.