More than 10 new games from Microgaming and its partners available now
New games include Mega Moolah, Book of Oz and Who Wants to be a Millionaire.
The partnership is yet another step forward from EGR Rising Star award winner, MrQ.com
After doubling its slots offering back in October through a partnership with Pariplay’s Fusion integration platform, MrQ.com has added even more popular games to its proprietary bingo platform from Microgaming.
Today, 11 new games from Microgaming and its exclusive partners have been made available to MrQ.com players. In addition to having it’s own world class content, Microgaming works with independent game studios to distribute their content through its Quickfire platform.
The newly available games include fan favourites Mega Moolah, Book of Oz and Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Mega Moolah is the biggest progressive jackpot game that MrQ.com has ever had, setting a new standard for players.
Savvas Fellas, Managing Director at Lindar Media, said: “We’re really excited at being able to offer Microgaming content alongside that of the studio’s many exclusive partners, including Alchemy Gaming, Sling Shot studios, Gameburger Studios to name a few
“The Microgaming range features new mechanics, games and suppliers we can’t wait to offer to our customers. The rate at which new titles are released without compromising quality is also impressive.”
The MrQ.com team has been working hard after recently winning Rising Star at the EGR Awards back in October, after just a year on the market.
MrQ.com is the first and only bingo site to offer uncapped real money winnings to players, with no wagering required.
Following the official launch of MrQ.com, affiliates are now invited to sign up to start promoting the site at partners.mrq.com, with commission of up to 70% revenue share available.
The MrQ.com Partners platform is powered by Income Access, providing new affiliates with a familiar and reliable experience they can trust.
MrQ.com is owned and operated by Lindar Media, a marketing and technology startup based in St Albans, Hertfordshire.