Swedish supplier Quickspin has warmed up for this week’s ICE exhibition by agreeing a major deal to provide its slots to the Betsson Group.
The Malta-licensed operator’s brands, including Betsafe, Nordic, and Kroon, will now have access to Quickspin’s full suite of mobile-friendly HTML5 games.
A planned content roll-out will include a number of exciting new releases such as Razortooth, Second Strike, and the forthcoming Genie’s Touch, via the supplier’s own platform.
Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg said the deal was an important one for the company, which now has agreements in place with all of the leading online casinos in Scandinavia.
He added: “Betsson are not only one of the biggest online casino operators they are also one of the most progressive, and to have our games feature on their sites is a real badge of honour.
“We can’t wait to integrate our existing games and some of the great new ones we have in the pipeline. I’m very confident they will quickly become some of the best-performers.”
Founded in 2011, Quickspin quickly-established itself as a leading development studio for real money and social casino gaming. It recently launched its own platform following a partnership with Relax Gaming.
Now licensed in multiple jurisdictions, the platform helped the company to sign agreements with more than 25 operators during 2015.
Those customers, and others signing at ICE, will shortly benefit from a revamped client area on the Quickspin site.
The company’s unique promotional tools include free spins with amounts tailored to individual customers and feature triggers, allowing direct access to bonus rounds.
Quickspin will be making their debut on stand N2-312 at London’s ExCeL this week, where Lindberg and his team will be showcasing their award-winning portfolio.
Visitors will also have the chance to pit their wits against former FIFA World Champion Ivan Lapanje, aka BorasLegend, on the Playstation.