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New iGaming platform to be launched by GoWild
January 17, 2017 11:02
A new iGaming platform has been announced by market-leading online gaming operator GoWild. The new platform will have content from more than 15 content providers, including Net Entertainment, iSoftBet, and Yggdrasil Gaming.

The new platform was designed to offer the best user experience and hand-picked titles from the top gaming software providers. It will also reward customer loyalty with promotions and personalized offers. In addition, the cashier system will allow for various payment options.

GoWild Chief Executive Officer Itai Zak commented that the company has had an exclusive relationship with Microgaming for the past ten years. He said that he is looking forward to continuing working with Microgaming through Quickfire, its award-winning platform.

Microgaming Chief Executive Officer Roger Raatgever stated that the company has a very strong relationship with GoWild. Microgaming will continue to support its growth by providing its wide portfolio of games. These games will include branded titles such as Jurassic Park and Game of Thrones. 

Through the Quickfire platform, GoWild will gain access to over 500 industry-leading Microgaming titles to offer to their player base. New games will be released on a monthly basis, so GoWild's casino will never run out of fresh and original content.


About GoWild

GoWild is a market-leading online gaming operator that was established in 2008. The company’s strength is providing its players with a unique selection of titles and different promotions. The operator is also known to have one of the fastest payouts available online.

About Quickfire

Quickfire is a casino platform developed by Microgaming. Compatible with both desktop and mobile environments, it is one of the fastest ways for operators to offer immediate online gaming content to players. Apart from hosting the world's largest network of progressive jackpots, the platform is simple to integrate and manage.
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