iGame and Quickspin Signs Content Agreement

iGame, one of the leading European casino companies based out of Malta, announced today that they have signed a content partnership agreement with the Swedish-based slots development company Quickspin.

The agreement between the two will see iGame integrate Quickspin’s full suite of casino games into all of their different brands. These brands includes 24hCasino, iGame, Leijona Casino as well as Kolikkopelit and Hertat.

Quickspin will be the latest provider to be integrated into the sites, which already consists of providers such as Netent and Microgaming. The new games will be integrated through Quickspin’s remote gaming server, which has been created together with Relax Gaming.

“I am thrilled about this partnership and we are delighted that iGame will now be one of the first operators to launch our games through our new platform. It will enable them to offer our games across multiple channels and use the platform’s innovative promotional tools to further attract and retain players.” Daniel Lindberg, Chief Executive Officer at Quickspin said in a press release.

“Their innovative and high-qualitative slot games and gamification functionality will be a fantastic addition to our casino portfolio,” Patrick Azzopardi, Head of Brands at iGame added.

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

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