Microgaming Wants to Prove Flash is Still Viable

UK-based Microgaming is out to prove that flash technology is still an integral element in supporting the offerings of online gambling sites, with the release of its Quickfire Poker platform. This latest development allows online casinos, poker sites and sports betting companies to supplement their online poker rooms cost-effectively and effortlessly, as the Quickfire platform works on a wide-range of hardware specifications and software configurations.

Betinternet, an online casino and sports books company owned by Isle of Man-licensed Webis Holdings, is the first Microgaming client to go live with the flash-based online poker. The integration of the Quickfire Poker platform to Betinternet’s proprietary software allows a multitude of players, including those using low-end PCs or laptops, or even those in low bandwidth conditions, to enjoy flawless user playing experience in a multiplayer poker room without the need to download software.

Through Microgaming’s Quickfire technology, patrons can join the action at Microgaming Poker Network (MPN), as the latter plays host to thousands of online poker players coming from different parts of the globe. This denotes that Betinternet customers can buy-in seats at MPN’s “Texas hold’em” events and tournaments, using their betting account at Betinternet.com

Quickfire collaborates with Iforium in deploying the flash-based online poker between Betinternet and MPN. The integration of Iforium’s Wagerflex platform enables Betinternet to manage their customers’ betting account, by providing a dedicated channel for the site’s payment processing systems.

Actually, Quickfire platform is the technology behind the instant-play virtual casino games offered by online casinos powered by Microgaming, for online players who prefer the browser-based games.