Betsson signs license deal with 3D games specialist Sheriff Gaming

February 18, 2013 | Sarah Blackburn

Sheriff Gaming has today announced that Betsson will be the next Quickfire licensee to integrate its popular slot games, “The Amsterdam Master Plan” and “Dr Magoo” in to its games portfolio with the intention of delivering a full suite of innovative 3D games over the coming months.

Sheriff Gaming has received a huge response from operators wishing to offer its 3D games as part of a wider, unique games offering to players and this latest announcement proves the demand from licensees for innovation and that Sheriff Gaming are leading the way in game development.

Eric Roskamp, Spokesperson for Sheriff Gaming said, “We welcome Betsson as the newest licensee to join the 3D games revolution. The launch of “The Amsterdam Master Plan” and most recently, “Dr Magoo” will be the first of many game releases for Betsson and we welcome a long lasting and successful partnership moving forward.”

Commenting on this latest announcement, Rudi Thomassen, Casino Director at Betsson said, “We quickly identified Sheriff Gaming as one of the leading developers of online games, that are not only unique within the market but that also provide us with excellent gaming content to acquire and retain players. 3D games are going to be a great addition to our portfolio and we are really looking forward to introducing more games throughout the year.”

Sheriff Gaming has integrated its selection of 3D games to Betsson through a partnership agreement with Quickfire, powered by Microgaming. Quickfire licensees now have access to a broad range of Sheriff gaming products – Betsson are one of many operators who have taken on board this popular content.