Coingaming Integrating Microgaming Quickfire Casino Games

Coingaming, one of the leading online Bitcoin gaming providers, announced today that they have secured yet another Bitcoin-first partnership, as they will be the first ever licensed Bitcoin gaming platform to integrate and offer Microgaming Quickfire casino games to their partners and customers.

The new integration means that partners and players will gain access to more than 400 new casino games through Bitcoin. The games includes some of the most famous titles in the world such as Thunderstruck II, Avalon II, The Dark Knight Rises and Playboy, along with tons of other great titles.

Mark McGuinness, Communications Director of Coingaming, explains: “Microgaming are leaders in providing first-class software and their comprehensive and innovative portfolio of casino games is available in over 20 languages. Coingaming is focused on providing the best gaming experience to the rapidly growing Bitcoin casino player community. Our agreement with Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, shall see Bitcasino.io our biggest B2B partner going live first, shortly followed be our full network of online operators allowing player’s access to the finest and most exhilarating games possible.” 

Neill Whyte, Head of Product Channels, at Microgaming comments: “Coingaming is well-respected when it comes to Bitcoin gaming platforms and white label services. We are delighted that they have chosen Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, to amplify their casino games offering. By joining the Quickfire platform, they are demonstrating their passion to providing their customers with the highest level of gaming entertainment.”

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

Recent Posts

Professional investors skeptical about Bitcoin, a recent Bank of America survey says

Bank of America recently asked 200 professional investors with $533 billion in assets under management for their opinions on Bitcoin.…

1 day ago

AXA Switzerland now offers Bitcoin as a payment method

Insurance provider AXA Switzerland announced that its Switzerland customers will now be able to pay their bills in Bitcoin (BTC).…

1 day ago

DOGE “to the moon” as Robinhood faces more scrutiny

After yet another phenomenal rally surging 114% in the last 24 hours, Dogecoin (DOGE) hit an all-time high of $0.29.…

1 day ago

“Bitcoin’s peak volatility is right on track to drop below fiat volatility”

There will come a time that Bitcoin will be less volatile than fiat money as money is being redefined. And…

2 days ago

GoldMan Sachs watching Bitcoin’s every move

Goldman Sachs is keeping a close eye on Bitcoin. In an earnings call on Tuesday, the bank’s Chief Executive Officer,…

2 days ago

Coinbase’s COIN is Live on Nasdaq, while Bitcoin and Ethereum jumped to new all-time highs

After months of intense build-up towards their big day, Coinbase finally listed on the Nasdaq with ticker COIN. And the…

3 days ago