Renowned Dutch internet casino developer Sheriff Gaming plans to integrate its successful 3D slot game “The Amsterdam Master Plan” on Microgaming’s QuickFire platform.
The Amsterdam Master Plan slot title, designed to comply with the Dutch gambling laws, features 5 reels and 20 pay lines and play-enhancing options such the wheel of fortune and an extra cash bonus game. The theme of the virtual slot machine is centered around a casino heist in Amsterdam.
The deal signed this week will likely be followed by the integration of several other titles from the Amsterdam-based developer on the QuickFire platform, including several other 3D slots, casino table, scratch card as well as keno games.
Eric Roskamp, spokesperson for Sheriff Gaming commented the deal in the Dutch gambling news: “We are delighted to have entered into this new affiliation with QuickFire, powered by Microgaming. QuickFire’s strong market position meant it was an easy decision to integrate our products into one of the industry’s leading platform, and we believe this agreement will have great potential for both companies well into the future.”
Since its launch in 2009, Sheriff Gaming has been releasing 3D game title. The company is working together with some major players in the region such as Come On Europe. The company specializes on slot, progressive slot, table games, keno and scratch card games.
Also in the news about the British industry giant: Microgaming Poker Network (MPN) will have a significant add-on to its already impressive list, with UK and Ireland orientated BetVictor migrating its poker players to their platform at the end of this month. MPN will act as BetVictor’s exclusive poker provider in the future.
Talking about volume: BetVictor is estimated to bring around one and a half million registered players to the MPN network.
It seems that the European online poker market is slowly consolidating after the recent exodus of International Game Technology (IGT) from the continent.