Microgaming’s live dealer offering expands
A new operator has taken up Microgaming's Quickfire – it is Leon Gaming, which decided to enrich its OddsRing.com site with live dealer action that includes Roulette, BlackJack, Baccarat and Multi-player Baccarat.
According to a Microgaming spokesman, a major upgrade has recently been applied to the QuickFire’s Live Dealer product, which now supports HD (high definition) video streaming, standalone multi-window games and multi-language functionality. All of these new features are hosted from a new, hi-tech studio, approved by the independent player protection and standards organisation eCOGRA Seals Compliance Committee.
Based on the agreement, Leon Gaming players will be offered a fully integrated single wallet, giving them a chance to play Live Dealer games, as well as the usual casino games. Apart from this, they won’t need separate wallets, as they will be able to move easily between sites.
On this occasion, Leon Gaming Director Pamela Singh stated: “We have been extremely impressed with QuickFire’s casino offering and are confident its Live Dealer product is an impressive addition to Microgaming’s leading suite of games. QuickFire’s single wallet proposition will offer players a seamless gaming experience across our sites and we’re sure it will prove incredibly popular.”
A Quickfire representative Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, on the other side said that this is a fast and cost efficient way to bring Microgaming’s premium content to players.
"We have been delighted with the response from operators since our launch," he said. "The inclusion of a fully integrated single wallet allows players to focus on the games they want, when they want them, rather than spending time logging into separate gaming accounts.”
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