Swedish casino games developer Quickspin has signed a deal that will see it launch its portfolio of desktop and mobile games for Gibraltar-licensed operator BetVictor.
Quickspin chief executive Daniel Lindberg described BetVictor as “one of the most renowned operators in our industry.”
“I am very excited to add them to our client roster and am very proud that they chose to partner with Quickspin,” he said. “Their unique approach and global reach will allow us to tap in to new player segments and reach new geographical markets.
“I look forward to a successful partnership with BetVictor. We are very excited to continue adding operators to our platform, letting them access all the platform’s innovative and promotional tools”.
BetVictor’s head of egaming Andrew Dymock said he was delighted to add Quickspin’s impressive portfolio of games, and innovative approach to game design and promotional tools, to the company’s casino offering across all channels.
“This is an exciting new development and a welcome addition to the BetVictor product range,” he explained.
The deal has been struck days after chief executive Andreas Meinrad revealed a major recruitment drive as he looks to revitalise the business.
The operator has also sold off its portfolio of 18 racecourse pitches to bookmaker Star Sports as it looks to concentrate entirely on its iGaming business.