Swedish casino games developer Quickspin has agreed a distribution deal that will see its content available to customers of iGaming solution provider SBTech.

Quickspin’s games will be distributed via SBTech’s Chameleon360 online gaming platform and new mobile gaming product SBTech Touch, with a range of new games such as Razortooth, Second Strike and the upcoming Genie’s Touch to go live.

The supplier’s chief executive Daniel Lindberg said he was delighted to have reached an agreement that will be beneficial to both companies, especially through the expansion of Quickspin’s distribution network.

“We have some award-winning content, which is popular in a number of territories, with more on the way in 2016,” he said.

“[SBTech’s] sophisticated platform and global reach will greatly ease integration with multiple new operating partners.”

The games will join content from a range of other suppliers on SBTech’s platforms, including games from NetEnt, Evolution Gaming, Microgaming, Betsoft Gaming and Kiron Interactive.

Outgoing SBTech chief executive Itai Zak described Quickspin’s games as among the best available in the market, adding he was pleased that he could now offer them to his company’s customers.

“Their tailored free rounds and feature triggers in particular will be very helpful in reactivating and retaining players,” he said.

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