Casino software developer Microgaming has unveiled a new content-based agreement with MrQ, the entity owned by UK-based operator of white label online bingo and casino brands Lindar Media.
Doubling its slots offering earlier this year thanks to an agreement with casino games provider Pariplay’s Fusion integration platform, MrQ.com has now added a new wave of titles to its proprietary bingo platform.
Under the terms of the new deal Microgaming, who work with independent game studios to distribute their content through the Quickfire platform, have made 11 new games available to MrQ players.
The newly available games include Book of Oz, Who Wants to be a Millionaire and Mega Moolah, lauded as the biggest progressive jackpot game that MrQ has ever had.
Savvas Fellas, managing director at Lindar Media, said of the new partnership: “We’re really excited at being able to offer Microgaming content alongside that of the studio’s many exclusive partners, including Alchemy Gaming, Slingshot Studios, Gameburger Studios to name a few
“The Microgaming range features new mechanics, games and suppliers we can’t wait to offer to our customers. The rate at which new titles are released without compromising quality is also impressive.”
Earlier this month Microgaming unveiled it’s December roadmap, with a variety of new and exclusive content said to be ready to form a “compelling showcase”.
Throughout the month the Isle of Man-based firm is continuing to bolster its roster via a plethora of content from its network of independent studios and game development partners as it strives to “meet the needs of its customers worldwide”.