Microgaming Teams Up with Just for the Win

Tia Winter | 15 September 2016

A range of excitingMicrogaming Just for the Win new games will be available on Microgaming’s Quickfire platform next year. The leading online casino software provider, based in the Isle of Man, has announced a distribution agreement with Swedish independent game development studio, Just for the Win.

The studio’s games, described as fun and immersive and as having unique mathematical features, will be rolled out across more than 400 online casinos powered by Microgaming. Among those casinos are some of the best available to players in New Zealand.

JFTW Brings Fresh New Ideas

Just for the Win is a new kid on the block, as far as online casino game development studios go. However, the studio’s founders have more than 40 years’ combined online casino experience between them. This wealth of experience inspired confidence in Microgaming Quickfire head, Tom Chamberlain, who said the provider was looking forward to the studio’s game launches. He said that the new content would be of premium quality and would perfectly match the standards that Microgaming has become renowned for.

Johan Persson, Just for the Win CEO and co-founder, said the studio was enthusiastic about working with its new distribution partner, going forward. He added that the provider’s industry experience and expansive distribution network made Microgaming a perfect companion in the studio’s growth and establishment within a market known for being highly competitive.

Microgaming- A Brand with Experience

Founded in the mid-nineties, Microgaming was involved with what many players consider to be the world’s first true online casino. It was one of the founding members of independent industry regulator eCOGRA. Known in New Zealand for powering online casinos with an extensive collection of pokies, card games, table games, and speciality games, the software provider has also branched out into mobile casino gaming.

In the past, casinos powered by the provider offered its games exclusively. Microgaming developed its Quickfire platform in response to a growing trend that sees online casinos offer games from several software providers, allowing player’s greater choice and variety. The platform allows games from other providers to be integrated with casinos’ existing Microgaming offerings, for both online and mobile.

Easy Access To Quality Gaming

New Zealand players are not required to download software to play games available on the platform. Instead, they can launch and play pokies, table games, and other games in browser, using a computer, smartphone, or tablet with the capability to connect to the Internet. By teaming up with Just for the Win Microgaming, and by extension Quickfire, powered casinos can now offer players an entertainment experience that’s even better than before.