Another round of iGaming companies have announced content deals as well as a wealth of their own new games.
Casumo and Quickfire
Casumo, based in Malta, will soon launch content from Microgaming via Quickfire and as a result players will have access to over 500 titles from the provider plus 100 additional games from development partners.
“With iQ modules for Achievements and Free Games, Casumo, with their focus on the player journey, are going to benefit greatly from integrating with the Quickfire platform,” said, Tom Chamberlain, Head of Quickfire at Microgaming. “What’s more, our games are designed with the player at heart, and we believe Casumo’s customer base will be continually thrilled when playing them.”
VideoSlots and Genii
Following the announcement that VideoSlots is to integrate games from Endorphina, the operator has also made an agreement for the launch of Genii’s portfolio containing more than 130 casino games.
Genii’s Spin16 games will be included in the launch, which allow players to select the direction in which the reels spin by clicking or swiping up, down, left and right depending on whether playing from a desktop or mobile device.
Casino Kings and NetEnt and NYX Gaming
Casino Kings, based in the UK, has a new range of games for its players as a result of the integration of 27 NetEnt titles and 2 NYX Gaming titles now available via desktop and mobile. NetEnt games to go live on Casino Kings include Steam Tower, Neon Staxx and Gonzo’s Quest.
Kiron Interactive, a provider of virtual games, has a few surprises to reveal at the February ICE Totally Gaming exhibition.
The company has been working on a mainstream casino-style product, Spin and Win Roulette, which will available for both land based and online operators.
Kiron will unveil sports products as well including a new 3-pointer shootout basketball game, an Indy-style motor racing game, a jumps racing game, revamped versions of its horseracing and dog racing products, the second version of its Fantastic League football product in partnership with VSoftCo and a boxing product in partnership with virtual provider VIP.
Its new Quad Display System will also be on display and demonstrate how operators will be able to display four events for different virtual sports at once on a single screen.
“We’re very excited about unveiling so many new and upgraded releases which we’re confident will interest a diverse range of operators focused in different territories on land-based, online, and mobile channels,” said, Steven Spartinos, co-chief executive officer of Kiron.