Swedish game studio, Quickspin, has extended its long-standing relationship with Europes’s premier GameTech company, LeoVegas Group, going live with the firm in Denmark on June 21, 2019.
The new agreement comes on the heels of the Stockholm-headquartered slots specialist’s July 9th release of its eighth slot of the year, the 3×5 reel slot and 10-betline, Prime Zone.
Gamification tools and slots:
Under the terms of the newly-inked deal, the lion’s share of the Playtech plc (PTEC:London) subsidiary’s impressive portfolio, including all the gamification tools in its ‘Quickspin Promote‘ catalog along with 43 of its slots, have been rolled out on LeoVegas’ Danish domain. The integration includes the popular fruit fest Durian Dynamite, that was released on April 9th, and the blockbuster Hall of the Mountian King.
“We’ve had a fantastic partnership with Quickspin for many years now. It’s great to be able to expand our offering in the Danish market with Quickspin’s outstanding portfolio of games and gamification tools.”
Also expressing his sentiments regarding the deal, Daniel Lindberg, Chief Executive Officer for Quickspin, said…
“We’re very excited about this deal with LeoVegas! They’ve been one of our key customers for many years now, and we’re thrilled that they want to expand our offering into the Danish market. Our products have always been really popular in Denmark, so it’s great that we can expand our presence there and reach even more players!”
Svenska Spel tie-up:
In addition to the launch of Prime Zone, that comes complete with all of the fantastic gamification tools in the Quickspin Promote catalog, on July 8 the provider signed a deal with Svenska Spel Sport & Casino, that has seen all of its slots that are certified for the Swedish market go live on the operator’s domain on July 5th. The online casino‘s customers now have access to the studio’s more recent releases as well as hit games like Big Bad Wolf and Eastern Emeralds, which have both won and been shortlisted for a ‘Game of the Year Award’ at the EGR Operator Awards.
Meanwhile, after announcing earlier in the month that it secured approved Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ) licenses, welcoming Spain as its 7th locally regulated market, the Stockholm-listed online gambling group LeoVegas AB has now announced the ‘soft launch’ of its first Spanish domain, LeoVegas.es. The gaming license that the firm applied for in December 2018, allows the group to operate B2C casino and sportsbook provisions for the regulated Spanish online gambling marketplace.
According to a Thursday press release, Communication Director for LeoVegas, Hans Uhrus, said…
“With LeoVegas position as “King of Casino” we are now launching in Spain, with the ambition to take the mobile position. Today, only 13% of all games in Spain are online, compared to 50% in Sweden. We think this is very interesting and in line with our growth ambitions. This is because the Spanish online market has strong growth going forward, as gambling goes more and more online.”
“We are very happy to offer games in Spain only two weeks after we received our license. It shows strength, commitment and speed within LeoVegas and that our experience from regulated markets is a competitive advantage,” added Uhrus.