Igaming content developer Quik Gaming has expanded its position across the globe as it gains approval for use in the Bahamian market.
Following successful certification processes, locally licensed gaming operators in the Bahamian jurisdictions can now offer Quik’s Unique Live Games, such as Wheel of Fire, Lotto Roulette and SuperBlocs.
Sebastion Bastion, CEO at Quik Gaming, said: “We are delighted to have been awarded a gaming licence for the Bahamas—a growing market that has some serious potential in the live game industry.”
Quik Gaming noted that the strategic move to acquire a gaming licence in the Bahamas followed “significant demand” and are now licensed for Malta and the UK.
The Bahamia expansion follows on from a “pivotal moment” earlier this month as Quik Gaming linked up with iSoftBet to provide a further boost to the firm’s aggregation offering.
As part of the collaboration, Quik, which launched in 2018, will add a selection of titles to iSoftBet’s aggregation platform.
The distribution deal has been lauded as “another positive commercial step” for iSoftBet, which is active in 20 globally regulated markets and is also shortly set to reveal its next player engagement tool.
iSoftBet currently maintains a portfolio of over 8,000 games from 85 different providers, and in recent weeks has signed a number of commercial deals in a bid to further enhance its product range.