Microgaming’s popular QuickFire platform now offers live dealer games

When it comes to developing software for online casinos, Microgaming is generally regarded as the leader in the business. Its newest platform is named QuickFire, and it’s a quick and inexpensive way to deliver the company’s top content to online players.

The new platform enables operators to pick and choose the specific games they want instead of having to take the whole Microgaming package. In the past, QuickFire only offered (RNG) Random Number Generator based games. But as of now, Microgaming announced that QuickFire is also offering the online casino industry several types of live dealer games as well.

The live dealer contests aren’t dependent on the RNG computer simulation system because the playing cards are actually dealt from shoes and roulette wheels are spun in real-casino environments. The games are offered by operators through online video streams that can be watched on your computer.

OddsRing, which is operated and owned by Leon Gaming, is the first operator to use the QuickFire platform. The online casino was already offering its customers a variety of Microgaming’s top games through the QuickFire system and has now added live dealer contests such as blackjack, live roulette, baccarat, and multi-player baccarat.

QuickFire provides OddsRing with all of its RNG and live dealer casino games and the platform also offers players fully-integrated single wallets. This allows players to wager on RNG and live dealer games from the same wallet without having to switch between sites and wallets.

The director of Leon Gaming, Pamela Singh, said she was impressed with QuickFire and its live dealer games and is sure the single wallet feature will be extremely welcomed and popular with online casino players at OddsRing.

Ashley Sandyford-Sykes, who is a spokesperson for QuickFire, said the company is excited to have OddsRing join the QuickFire family and provide live dealer games to its customers. Sandyford-Sykes added that QuickFire is more than happy with the response it’s been getting from online operators since the platform was launched and praised the single-wallet system.

In addition, the QuickFire live dealer games by Microgaming have just gone through a major upgrading process. This means the online casino games are now offered to players in high definition streams along with standalone multi-window contests. They’re also available in a variety of languages. The live dealer games are also broadcast from a recently built state-of-the-art studio.

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