• Foxium Signs Exclusive Deal With Microgaming Quickfire

    24 October 2017

    Foxium signs exclusive deal with microgaming quickfire

    It was announced less than a month ago that game developer Foxium had accepted a deal with Velo Partners, giving them access to RNG Foundry assets including distribution, technical resources, and equity investment to move the company's unique product line forward. Today Microgaming Quickfire has announced that Foxium has chosen the company's platform in an exclusive deal brokered by RNG Foundry.

    Foxium has offices in Estonia and Sweden and has produced several video slots for the online market including Fruitz, Lucky Bakery, The Odd Forest, and The Lost Riches of Amazon. All of the company's creations are rich in narrative and include unique game mechanics that dovetail brilliantly with the slot themes and storylines.

    Exclusively on Quickfire

    Terms of the deal will see Foxium games released exclusively on Quickfire making them available to more than 250 different online casinos. The company's first launch on the platform is slated to be Vampire: The Masquerade – Las Vegas. The 5 reel, 3 position slot has 30 pay lines and is set in a dark game world showing Las Vegas icons under a stormy sky in foreboding shades of gray with muted gold tones.

    Where to Find the New Game

    The game offers three separate free spins rounds in addition to a picking bonus. Vampires is expected to go live in casinos such as Mr Green and Slots million on November 1, 2017.

    A Popular Addition

    In mentioning their delight to have Foxium on board, Quickfire's director, Andrew Clucas mentioned that Foxium games will be available to operators at no additional cost as Microgaming has recently removed a platform fee. He added: "We believe Foxium games will be a popular addition to the platform."

    Value Adds; Achievements, Gamification

    Foxium CEO, Åke André spoke of the exclusive deal as a way to reach more operators and capitalize on the growing market. He also said the company plans to take advantage of added value features integral to Quickfire such as gamification tools and the platform's Achievements module.

    Game Theme Created 1/4 Century Ago

    Foxium created Vampire: The Masquerade – Las Vegas under license from White Wolf Entertainment, a long time developer of MMORPG role playing games based on werewolves, vampires, wraiths, and other monsters. The games take place in the World of Darkness universe originally created for Vampire: The Masquerade in 1991.

    Sources

    Microgaming Press Office, Foxium chooses Microgaming’s Quickfire platform 10-24-2017

    Wikipedia, World of Darkness, 10-24-2017


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