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Max Torres

Written By: Max Torres
October 23, 2017

Foxium has now teamed up with Microgaming.

Betivity has the latest regarding the new partnering up of Foxium and Microgaming. The way this will work is that MG will now feature Foxium’s current games to their existing casino operators. This means that whichever online casino that currently has a deal set with Microgaming will automatically be able to provide Foxium’s online slot games as well.

This is a good deal for both parties. One will get the chance to offer more games, while the other one will have more exposure. Foxium is a relatively new company (founded in 2015) with small numbers of online video slot games. They have great designers and have massive potential, so this will give them a push upwards in the industry. Plus, they will be able to take advantage of Microgaming’s operations and experience to apply to their work production. Microgaming, on the other hand, will now offer a new style of slot gaming. This will make their casino operators have something new to be pleased with. To be more specific, it will be adapted into the Quickfire platform which is owned and operated by Microgaming.

A great alliance in the making for Foxium and Microgaming

Both CEOs, Andrew Clucas and Ake Andre, were delighted with this new alliance. They have stated the fact that this will be a healthy and beneficial period of them both. Quickfire will start off with Vampire: The Masquerade – Las Vegas slot game, and as time goes by, there will be more and more additions. Microgaming first started back in 1994, so they are one of the oldest online gaming related companies out there, they have a vast selection of games as well. Foxium will be a breath of fresh air for them as they focus on providing innovation and storytelling with every game they create.

So please expect every online casino which provides the Microgaming software to start offering new games from Foxium. Here is the full review for MG.