Swedish casino games developer Quickspin has entered into a partnership with Rational Group to supply the company's Full Tilt brand with a full portfolio of casino games.

Quickspin chief executive Daniel Lindberg commented that he was “very proud and honoured” to add the Amaya-owned Rational Group as one of its top-tier customers.

“It is very exciting to take part in their casino journey at such an early stage, which I think proves the trust and confidence they have in our content,” Lindberg explained.

The deal sees the operator further expand its range of casino content following recent deals with the likes of Net Entertainment and Leander Games, which also supplies the open platform for the Full Tilt-branded casino offering.

With the $4.9bn acquisition of Rational Group by Amaya completed on August 1st, the Toronto-listed supplier will also provide a range of content for the launch of Full Tilt and PokerStars-branded casino offerings.

“In order to succeed in today’s competitive market, it is imperative for an operator to offer a cutting edge gaming experience, with high quality games being the core of that experience,” Lindberg continued. “We look forward to working with The Rational Group, helping them grow their casino business by offering their players a best-in-class gaming experience”

Rational Group director of casino Sam Hobcraft said that he too was looking forward to working closely with Quickspin as the company expanded the range of slot games it could offer.

“Their games have a proven track record of success and we are excited to offer them to our customer base,” Hobcraft explained.

Rational Group is also set to launch casino offerings in Italy and Spain, having seen its Reel Spain subsidiary awarded licences to operate roulette and blackjack products in the dot.es market.

The operator is also set to enter the sports betting market, with a launch expected to take place next year.

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