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Quickspin extends into Romanian market

Video slots developers Quickspin is to make its Romanian market debut courtesy of a new deal with NetBet.

The Swedish games studio, which forms part of the Playtech family, is set to provide its full portfolio of games to the provider, as it extends its market reach.

Daniel Lindberg, Quickspin CEO, explained how Romania’s regulated iGaming market presented the company with a “fantastic opportunity” for further growth: “We’ve kept a close eye on the development of this market since it opened its doors in 2015, and we’re thrilled players can now access our slots.

“NetBet has a proven track record in the country, which is rapidly becoming an important market, and we’re excited to be making our Romanian debut with them.”

As part of the new agreement users will see Quickspin titles compliment the platform, with its latest releases of Mighty Arthur, Mayana, and Fairy Gate set to be integrated as part of the deal.

This latest move expands the Quickspin footprint across internationally regulated markets, and becomes the latest agreement with an operator in a new jurisdiction.

Gavin Wong, Casino Content Manager at NetBet, said: “Quickspin has an excellent reputation for producing quality content and we were very keen to boost our casino with their rapidly expanding stable of slots.

“It’s been a pleasure working alongside their team so far and we look forward to enjoying a long-term relationship with them.”

After its establishment in 2011 Quickspin, who offer real money social casino gaming, was acquired by Playtech for €50 in may 2016.

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