Microgaming has announced that, following a seamless integration process, gaming content by London-based start-up game developer, Gamevy, has been added to its Quickfire platform.
A large amount of Gamevy’s gaming content is inspired by popular TV shows with “The Heist” and “Gears of Fortune” being among the favorite of the developer’s skill-base gameshows. These shows provide players with a chance to unlock a number of jackpots by answering questions in a quiz-like manner.
Gamesvy’s instant win games also appeal to players due to their varied cash-out features.
The developer has recently added “intuitive games for non-slots players” to its offering that engages players by allowing them to choose lucky numbers to win on.
A variety of Gamesys’s games have gone live on Microgaming-powered Quickfire’s platform and more titles are due to be added in the near future. The developer now has direct access to Microgaming’s huge network of gambling operators which include some of the biggest names in the industry.
The Head of Quickfire at Microgaming, Tom Chamberlain, revealed that Gamevy’s exciting content fits his company’s ambition to provide clients with a unique gaming catalog. Chamberlain went on to say that they are tremendously excited to be adding the developer’s products to their already comprehensive library of both Microgaming and development partners gaming content.