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QuickFire’s Multi-Player Roulette to launch this year

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MicrogamingMicrogaming’s QuickFire division has announced that it will be releasing its first multi-player online casino game, namely Multi-Player Roulette, which is a first in a series of community based games.

Multi-Player Roulette will allow players to place their bets on the table alongside as many as four other players and will allow them to choose whether to play on 20, 40 or 60 second tables.

The multi-player online casino game will be made available to all QuickFire operators by the end of this year and Bet3000, the innovative independent Malta licensed bookmaker, will lead the charge as the first operator of Multi-Player Roulette.

Multi-Player Roulette, which is based on Premier Roulette, is one of Microgaming’s most sought after games due to social networks and community games being a popular hit on the web.

According to Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, Quickfire spokesperson, “Gaming is shifting so quickly and players’ demands are changing fast.  Social gaming is becoming increasingly popular and Multi-Player Roulette brings a community feel to a relatively traditional game, replicating the land-based atmosphere in the players’ own homes.

Director affiliate of marketing at Bet 3000, Ellen Learmonth, said “The community bonuses and chat application will improve player engagement and enhance the overall gaming experience.  We think the games will prove to be very popular with our customer base as they appeal to socially active players.”