Gamevy Signs With Microgaming's Quickfire
As a niche online real money game developer, Gamevy has made tremendous strides in a very short period of time. On the heels of being named as the winner of the "Pitch" and "Game to Watch" awards at ICE 2015 and 2016, respectively, Gamevy has now been given the honour of having its entire games portfolio integrated on to Microgaming's Quickfire iGaming software platform.
The announcement of this new content deal was made this past week as the integration process was completed and the games went live out to all of Microgaming's licensed Quickfire casino operators. The deal gives Gamevy some much needed exposure to hundreds of Microgaming powered sites currently operating in jurisdictions located all over the world.
Gamevy has certainly caught the industry's attention with its development of proprietary skilled-based game-show games such as The Heist and Gears of Fortune. They have also developed a line of innovative Lotto, scratch card and instant win games like Spin Lotto, Diamond Deal, Epic Gems and Boss the Lotto.
In Microgaming's press release, Tom Chamberlain, Head of Quickfire at Microgaming, stated: “Gamevy’s content is fresh and exciting. A clear focus of ours is to deliver unique and differentiated content to the hundreds of brands live on the Quickfire platform. Gamevy definitely fits this bill and we’re excited to have them on board, adding to our already extensive library of Microgaming and development partner content.”
On behalf of Gamevy, Helen Walton, Gamevy’s Chief Marketing Officer, added: “Microgaming and the Quickfire team are proving a true partner. They understand our ideas and the opportunities that working together can bring. We have exciting plans to really expand Gamevy’s reach and range, thanks to the Quickfire platform.”
Gamevy currently maintains its headquarters in London, England, where the company operates under the regulations and licensing provided by the UK Gambling Commission. The company's games have been developed with the latest is HTML5 software development technology. Players can access Gamevy's games in instant play mode or through the use of smart phones and tablets that are iOS or Android compatible. With the addition of Gamevy, Microgaming now has a roster of over 25 partners, which serves to benefit operator sites by providing more diversity of content.