ISLE OF MAN – Bet-at-home.com has integrated with the award-winning Quickfire platform; Microgaming content is now live.
Online gaming and sports betting company bet-at-home.com was founded in 1999. Today the company has 4.8 million registered customers around the world, offering sports betting, casino, live casino, Vegas games, poker and virtual sports.
Looking to expand its games offering, bet-at-home.com has integrated with the Quickfire platform to gain access to Microgaming’s portfolio of slots. The operator has taken over 130 Microgaming games live including top-performers Avalon, Ariana, Thunderstruck and EmotiCoins. Strategic development partner content is also available.
In addition to gaining access to the industry’s largest catalogue of games, Quickfire operators can also benefit from Quickfire iQ modules such as free games, bonusing, achievements and incentives.