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October 23, 2020

It will initially offer games from Play N Go

Quicksilver launches its Mobile Casino

(UK).- Quicksilver.co.uk, one of the British leading integrated gaming companies, has launched its latest product offering – the Quicksilver Mobile Casino. The mobile channel will appeal both to our existing customers and also to new players.

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uicksilver have worked with leading game development company, Play N Go, to launch new mobile games built around Quicksilver.co.uk unique gaming system. The mobile casino has been built as a web application, giving anyone the ability to play a Quicksilver slot game by just visiting quicksilver.co.uk no matter what device they are using. Quicksilver.co.uk will then display the correct games for that device. Players can register, manage their account, play for bonuses, deposit, withdraw and earn loyalty points whether they are on the web or on the move.

Quicksilver Mobile Casino will initially offer games from Play N Go, including casino games Blackjack and Joker Poker, Fruit Machines such as Wild Melon and slot games including Jolly Roger. Many of our exclusive slot games will be launching through the mobile platform during the coming months. The first games to go live will be our racing slot Winning Formula and our very popular fashion slot game, Slots in the City.

Nick Pearson, Technology Director of Quicksilver.co.uk, said about the launch of Quicksilver Mobile: "Many of our players have been asking when they’ll be able to play Quicksilver Slots on a mobile or tablet. I’m pleased to announce from today, they’ll be able to play a range of exciting games where ever and with whatever device they have.”

"We firmly believe that mobile has finally reached maturity, offering players the same playing experience as they do through our online slot games. With Smartphone/Tablet penetration now hitting over 50% of the UK population we believe the mobile casino platform will continue to grow and in the coming years more players will play slots through a mobile device than through a PC.”

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