Swedish slots specialist Quickspin, a Playtech Group company, has announced a deal to deliver their full portfolio of games to leading sportsbook Interwetten.
The agreement with the Malta-licensed operator will further elevate Quickspin’s profile among players and extend its international reach, particularly in German-speaking countries.
Interwetten customers will shortly be able to enjoy a host of immersive games, including recent releases Mayana, Mighty Arthur, and Sakura Fortune. These all come with the supplier’s Achievements Engine gamification features.
Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg said Interwetten’s footprint and heritage provided a “fantastic validation” of Quickspin’s recent growth, with games set to go live on the casino tab in early 2018.
He added: “We’ve always viewed Interwetten as the gateway to the Germanic-speaking countries, so to sign this deal for their players to now access all our slots is very pleasing.
“Their history and track record in second to none in these territories, so we’re naturally thrilled to be joining forces with them.”
Werner Becher, speaker of the board at Interwetten, said: “The demand for superior slots has grown exponentially of late, and we’ve been looking to boost our offering in this space.
“Choosing Quickspin to provide their suite of games seemed a shoo-in for us, with their reputation for quantity without sacrificing quality firmly established in the industry.”