Quickspin and Sky Bingo team up

Swedish slots specialist Quickspin, a Playtech Group company, has launched HTML5 games on Sky Bingo for the first time.With games such as Second Strike and The Wild Chase now available with more to come.

The first batch of games are proven revenue generators and firm player favourites, having already gone live with the likes of Unibet, LeoVegas, and Casumo.

Playtech subsidiary Quickspin are a video slots developer which specialises in real money online gambling and free to play social markets. Its games are integrated with its customers' casino through its own platform which includes promotional tools to help attract and retain players

Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg said: “We’re delighted to have completed our integration with Sky Bingo, putting our games in front of their UK players for the first time. We have launched with a selection of our top-performing games, and will add more classics and future hits in the coming weeks, as we have a terrific roadmap for 2017. Sky Bingo is the latest in a growing line of integrations we are on track to complete this year as we extend our reach in to the UK market, so watch this space!”

Sky Bingo Players will now have access to successful titles like Second Strike and The Wild Chase, with more to be rolled-out in the coming weeks and months.

Robert Procter, Gaming Content Manager at SkyBet said: “Quickspin offers some of the most exciting and entertaining games on the market, which fit perfectly with our core customer demographic.We are confident they will be welcomed by our players, and will become a solid, consistent performing provider of slots on Sky Bingo in no time.”


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