Microgaming enters Rabcat partnership

Provider Microgaming has reached a supply agreement with developer Rabcat.

Microgaming becomes the exclusive distributor of Rabcat games, meaning that selected content will be delivered to Microgaming operators, in addition to an existing distribution arrangement which covers Microgaming's Quickfire platform.

Five-reel slot Castle Builder will be the first Rabcat game to go live with Microgaming in January 2015.

“Through the Quickfire platform we have witnessed first-hand the technical prowess and expertise that Microgaming possesses,” said Rabcat CEO Thomas Schleischitz. “This new commercial agreement is a big step forward which will assist greatly to unleash Rabcat’s full potential.”

Microgaming CEO Roger Raatgever added: “This deal signifies our commitment to building successful and effective partnerships. A strong bond through Quickfire has enabled us to enter a more committed contract with Rabcat; an agreement which we are confident will be fruitful for both parties involved.”


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