Microgaming has already obtained an exemplary reputation in the online gambling market, and now the online casino developer is working on conquering the mobile gaming market. After launching its new mobile gambling platform for the Android earlier this month, Microgaming is branching out into other forms for mobile gaming.
The company has recently announced its new partnership with Virgin Games, providing the software for the operator’s new mobile gambling application. Microgaming will provide Virgin Games with some of its top online casino titles, such as Tomb Raider and Mega Moolah.
The software will run on Microgaming’s QuickFire platform, rather than the new Android Air application. The QuickFire platform offers players the ability to play game via their web browsers, rather than having to download a casino suite. This makes the platform compatible with a wide range of mobile devices.
This is a huge step for Microgaming, as this is an impressive partnership with a reputable gaming operator. Virgin is a top provider of media solutions around the world and working with the company will add to Microgaming’s already remarkable CV.