Supplier’s game now available in newly-regulated market
Stockholm, February 3rd, 2017 – Mobile-friendly HTML5 games from leading Swedish slots supplier Quickspin have gone live with Danske Spil in the regulated Danish market.
The provider’s complete portfolio of games is now available to players on the former Danish gaming monopoly’s Vegas.dk site.
Among the blockbuster titles to feature are commercially successful Big Bad Wolf, The Wild Chase, and Crystal Queen, as well as brand new releases Phoenix Sun and Dragon Shrine.
Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg said the go live followed a recent push by the supplier to expand its territorial reach across Europé.
He added: “We’re very proud of our portfolio and are very confident that they will be popular with Danish players, who can also look forward to a host of new titles over the coming months.
“We also have some great promotional tools which benefit both players and operators, and will be revealing more about our new Achievements Engine at ICE. For operators like Danske Spil it will be a real game-changer.”
Danske Spil’s head of product for poker, casino and games Søren Schneider: “We’re delighted to have gone live with Quickspin’s games, which are much sought after by players.
“We’re very confident that they will be well-received and will quickly become some of the most popular available on the site.”
Founded in 2011, Quickspin quickly-established itself as a leading development studio for real money and social casino gaming and was purchased by Playtech in March 2016.
Now licensed in multiple jurisdictions, their award-winning content has helped them sign agreements with a long list of leading operators.
Their deal with Danske Spil follows a first move into the Danish market with Vera&John, with whom they have worked successfully in other territories.
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