OnAir Entertainment, a Malta-headquartered provider of live casino and game shows, on Tuesday announced that it has embarked on a partnership with MrQ, the UK’s “fastest growing online casino”.
In a statement, OnAir said that this partnership will mark a significant milestone for both players as they “embark on reshaping the landscape of online casino gaming, driven by their innovative approaches”.
MrQ has rapidly gained popularity by offering players a unique approach to entertainment, “renowned for its commitment to transparency and creating a level playing field”. In addition to classics like Roulette and Blackjack, MrQ players will be able to enjoy OnAir titles, such as Nexus RouletteTM and Card Matchup.
By combining MrQ’s customer-centric approach with OnAir Entertainment’s expertise in developing customised environments, “the collaboration promises to deliver an unparalleled gaming experience that exceeds players’ expectations”.
James Jones, OnAir Entertainment CCO, expressed his enthusiasm: “We are thrilled about this collaboration, which combines the power of our immersive gaming experiences with MrQ’s commitment to revolutionizing the online gaming landscape. Through our state-of-the-art technologies, we offer bespoke experiences to our partners, and in collaboration with MrQ, we will push the boundaries of industry standards, enhancing players satisfaction to extraordinary degrees.”
Aaron Braund, Gaming Operations Manager at MrQ added: “We are always looking to enrich the player experience and offer the very best in gaming content. With a mutual passion for technology and customer experience, OnAir Entertainment was a natural choice. Together, we anticipate further growth in our live casino vertical and look forward to a prosperous partnership.”
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