LOCUS GAMING SIGNS DEAL TO TAKE MICROGAMING QUICKFIRE CONTENT
18th April, 2013 at 11:05:33
Agreement expands Jack Gold Casino's games portfolio
One of the newest mobile casinos
, Jack Gold, is to take Microgaming's Quickfire platform following a deal struck by parent company Locus Gaming, AZ Online Casinos
has learned this week. The agreement, which initially sees four new slots added to the portfolio will, in time, give visitors to Jack Gold access to up to 400 of Microgaming's no-download games.
Among the games in the first release are Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Thunderstruck, Agent Jane Blonde and Avalon, with video poker game Jacks or Better to follow shortly.
Isle of Man-licensed Locus Gaming launched Jack Gold Casino earlier this year (see previous reports), optimised for every mobile device and platform, including a PC offering.
The online casino offers a range of traditional casino games, including roulette and blackjack, as well as three and five-reel slot games. Since launch it has offered customers slots and table games content from Realistic Games, and will see the addition of live dealer from Evolution Gaming in the near future.
Locus Gaming CEO Ed Andrewes said: This launch will propel the Jack Gold Casino brand forward by providing it with content that has proven to be popular among casino players.
Quickfire games include a variety of bonus and free spin features that we are confident will appeal to a wide-range of players.
We are particularly excited about the development of the HTML 5 range specifically for mobile and tablet devices and will be watching that with interest in the coming months.
The Quickfire deal puts the company up against a number of other popular Microgaming casinos including the Hippodrome Casino
, one of two recent new online casinos
and which is tied to the land-based London operation.
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