Casino game studio Quickspin extends partnership with SkillOnNet

SkillOnNet and Quickspin gained initial market access in Ontario in 2022.

SkillOnNet has secured a deal to continue working with a major gambling software and casino game developer in Ontario.

The Malta-based online gaming provider has announced the extension of its content partnership deal with Swedish casino game studio Quickspin. As part of the extension, SkillOnNet and Quickspin will continue to deliver iGaming content in Ontario, including QuickSpin’s new casino titles Reel Nightmare, Temple of Paw, and Shields of Lambda.

“We’re thrilled we can finally bring the Quickspin universe to our Ontario players,” said SkillOnNet Head of Games Jani Kontturi. “The company has proved to be a valuable partner in other jurisdictions. It’s a prolific producer of top content that will help reinforce our position as a leading force in this exciting new market.”

Quickspin and SkillOnNet secured initial licensing in Ontario in 2022 when Canada’s most populous province emerged as a new regulated sports betting and iGaming market.

Ontario players will now have full access to QuickSpin’s catalog of online slot games. The Playtech-owned company has more than 100 titles with a new release each month.

SkillOnNet lands another partnership

Earlier this month, the gaming provider landed a deal with IGT PlayDigital to offer the operator’s portfolio of games in Ontario. IGT PlayDigital has a catalog of more than 3,5000 slot and table games provided by some of the largest suppliers in gaming.

Its suppliers include Games Global, Yggdrasil Gaming, Evolution, and Big Time Gaming.

SkillOnNet also has a strong presence outside of Ontario. The company holds European licenses in Denmark, Germany, Portugal, Sweden, the UK, and Spain. It also has market access in Mexico.

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