Specialist slots supplier Lightning Box has signed an agreement to distribute its popular games on Microgaming’s Quickfire platform.
The three-year deal will give online casinos using the platform access to the Sydney-based studio’s portfolio of titles. The first game, Silver Lioness 4x, will go live on the network in February next year, with other new titles to follow soon afterwards.
Lightning Box, founded in 2004, is a multi-channel supplier of video slots to the betting and gaming industries. Based in Sydney, Australia, it provides high quality gaming content to land-based, online, and social casinos.
Peter Causley, CEO of Lightning Box, said: “We’re very pleased to have signed a deal for Quickfire because it’s great to have another route to get even more of our unique Aussie content into the market.
“The Quickfire platform is a very strong distribution channel, with over 200 operators integrated, and will open up a host of new opportunities for us with new customers in markets around the world.”
Andrew Clucas, Director of Quickfire at Microgaming, said: “With over 600 Microgaming games and development partner content from over 25 developers, Quickfire is a platform of choice for operators wanting diverse content. The breadth of our offering, coupled with the removal of platform fees for development partner games, further strengthens our position as a one-stop shop.”
“Lightning Box is a fantastic addition to our development partner portfolio; their games are enjoyed by land-based, social and online players around the world. It is great to have them on board.”
Lightning Box recently released its latest online game, Stellar Jackpots-Serengeti Lions, which transports players into the heart of Africa, taking in the sights and sounds of the famous grasslands with a pride of its most famous predators.