Microgaming Partners With Push Gaming for Flash-based Game

January 30, 2013


The Macromedia Flash platform has been used to power a number of online casino clients. Microgaming and a number of other online casino software development companies have developed mobile software clients and non-download clients that allow players to more easily access their online casino products. While the Macromedia Flash platform has seen a lot of competition from HTML5 in the mobile arena, it's still the go-to platform for non-download online casinos. Being able to provide a wide range of games on the Flash platform is very important to be competitive in the online casino industry and for the non-download options to be viable alternatives to traditional online casinos setups.

This dynamic makes recent news from Microgaming especially exciting. They have formed a partnership with Push Gaming Limited to offer Flash-based versions of a number of popular live games. Double Draw Poker, Xcalibur and The Jungle II are all expected to be moved over to a Flash-based, online platform as a part of this new deal. These are some of the most popular games that Push Gaming has ever produced in the live arena, and they are expected to be big hits when they are made to be a part of Microgaming's Quickfire Flash-based platform.

Push Gaming Commercial Director James Marshall said, "Our partnership with Quickfire is a major milestone for Push Gaming. It enables us to partner with a wide range of online operators and gain excellent exposure within the online gaming market." General Manager Luca Gerardini continued, "It is very exciting that our successful gaming titles will now be available online. We are confidence that our games will be just as popular online as they are on the casino gaming floor." These comments from Push Gaming officials indicate that they are more than ready to have the added responsibility of putting their games online.

Microgaming is one of the two most successful online casino software companies in the history of the business. Their Quickfire Macromedia Flash-based platform allows operators who run the Microgaming software to have non-download platforms that feature a wide range of titles including some games that aren't available anywhere else. Several of the most popular online casinos in the world run the Microgaming software because they're able to offer hundreds of the most popular titles in the industry. Microgaming's aggressive approach to working with new partners to provide awesome games is a major part of the reason that they do so well.