One of the world’s largest online casino gaming brands William Hill has signed a deal with software developer Microgaming for the supply of Quickfire instant play mobile and soft games. According to a Microgaming press release, the deal was activated on July 17th.

William Hill online casino has been powered by Playtech software for a number of years and the deal with Microgaming comes a few months after William Hill freed its exclusive deal with Playtech for the amount of £424m. At about the same time, Ladbrokes casino, the biggest competitor of William Hill has signed a deal with Playtech for the supply of flash games in a new Vegas tab.

“The agreement with Quickfire, powered by Microgaming, will provide our players with world-class gaming content,” William Hill’s director, James Curwen, indicated in a statement. William Hill casino is powered by a variety of different software suppliers with Playtech being the primary gaming platform. The addition of Microgaming mobile and online games at William Hill is great news for online gaming enthusiasts due to the huge popularity of Microgaming.