SlotsMillion, a virtual reality casino developed by Barcelona-based Alea Gaming, has launched seven additional slots developed by Sweden's Quickspin, looking to capitalise on the popularity of the initial roll-out of the supplier's content. 

The latest release will see games such as Wild Chase and Genies Touch go live alongside Crystal Queen, The Epic Journey, Sevens High, Hidden Valley and Razortooth. 

Quickspin's games have already proved successful on SlotsMillion, which Alea Gaming co-founder Alexandre Tomic credits to the studio's innovative use of video game technology.

"We pride ourselves on offering exceptional casino game content to our players and Quickspin games are exactly that," Tomic explained. "The games have been cleverly designed to ensure maximum player engagement and are therefore a perfect addition to our expanding game portfolio.”

Launched in October last year, SlotsMillion has been developed in partnership with specialist studio Lucky VR. It allows users to play through the Oculus Rift headset, offering an immersive experience in which players can walk around a virtual casino and access games directly. 

The offering already features content from the likes of Betsoft Gaming, NYX Gaming Group's NextGen development studio and NetEnt, as well as the range of games from Quickspin.

"We’re extremely happy to be providing more games to SlotsMillion, an operator that thrives on creating a fully immersive casino experience for its players," Quickspin chief executive Daniel Lindberg said. 

"We have an amazing team in Sweden that work incredibly hard to produce high quality games and this latest integration is testament to our continuing passion for slot games and subsequent success," he added.

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