Quickspin, a Swedish online game provider, has entered into an agreement with online casino operator Mr Green.
Per the agreement, Quickspin will now be providing the Malta-licensed Mr. Green with both desktop and mobile version of its existing suite of products. Included in the content roll-out are new releases such as Razortooth, Crystal Queen and the soon to be released Second Strike.
Daniel Lindberg, Quickspin’s CEO said, “I’m really pleased to have entered into this partnership with Mr Green, whose mobile-first philosophy is very similar to our own. They have been hugely successful in recent times and have a growing customer base who are going to love both our existing catalogue of slots and new releases. I’m also confident that Mr Green will benefit from the delivery of the games on our platform and the innovative promotional tools which come with them,” according to igamingbusiness.
Andy Braithwaite, Mr Green Casino Director added, “Their games and the promotional tools that support them offer operators like us very good player retention rates and are excellent revenue generators.”
In a relatively short time, Quickspin, which was founded in 2011, has become a top development studio for both real money and social casino gaming. One of the company’s founders, CEO Daniel Lindberg, came from Stockholm-based Net Entertainment and has an extensive background in the telecom industry. Also from Net Entertainment, VP of Products, Matts Westerlund, has become known for his innovative design. Quickspin’s third founder and its VP of Strategy, Joachim Timmermans, was a member of Unibet’s executive team, according to the company’s website. The three together cover both the operator and supplier sides of experience, which has helped enable the company to include most of the leading operators in Europe among its clientele.
Quickspin announced a partnership with Relax Gaming earlier this year, which enabled the startup of its own platform. This year the company, now licensed in multiple jurisdictions, has been aided by the platform and has now signed agreements with more than 25 operators. In addition, operators can now attract and retain players because they are able to differentiate their offerings due to some new and unique promotional tools supplied in the catalogue of mobile and web-based content supported by the platform.