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Vera&John, the Nordic-facing casino band in the process of being acquired by Canada's Intertain Group, has significantly bolstered its casino offering through two deals with game suppliers Leander Games and Quickspin.

Leander has integrated its LeGa open games platform with Vera&John, giving the operator access to the supplier’s proprietary content, as well as games from more than 25 third-party providers such as The Games Company, Core Gaming and Nektan.

Leander's portfolio of games includes the likes of Little Red, Zombie Rush, Pablo Picasslot, Supernova and the branded slot Megadeth.

The deal strengthens the Leander's client portfolio, after the supplier secured deals with high-profile companies including Rational Group brand Full Tilt and Paddy Power earlier this year, with further deals to follow in the coming months.

“We’re delighted to reach an agreement with Vera&John whose growth and ongoing success places them as a leading online casino,” Leander chief executive Steven Matsell commented. “Their decision to select some of our most innovative games is an excellent reflection on both parties’ ambition in the market.”

Vera&John head of gaming Kristel Tonna added that Leander’s ability to quickly deliver high-quality content was a key factor in selecting it as a partner.

“We continue to fulfil our position as the player’s fun casino of choice with our broad selection and frequency of game releases,” Tonna explained. “Vera&John is the best choice for casino enthusiasts looking for their favourite and latest games.”

Vera&John has further strengthened the range of games it offers with an agreement to launch Quickspin’s full existing and future games catalogue.

This will see a number of the supplier’s most popular slots such as Big Bad Wolf, Treasure Island and King Colossus rolled out on the Vera&John site.

“We are happy to announce this partnership with Quickspin,” Tonna said. “They will, with their innovative approach to game design and development, be a perfect supplement in our casino. I am very pleased to be able to offer their games to our players.”

“This agreement again proves that our focus on quality and innovation is right,” Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg noted.

The first set of Quickspin games will be live on the Vera&John site before the end of 2014.