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đź”” Who are Quickspin?

Quickspin is a Swedish game provider based in Stockholm and Malta. It was established in 2011, when CEO Daniel Lindberg left NetEnt as a sales director to form Quickspin together with Mars Westerlund, also from NetEnt, and Joachim Timmermans with background from Unibet. It wasn't until 2012 that Quickspin started to actively spread on the market and has since released 40+ slots.

In 2016 the company was bought by Playtech, but the brand has stayed autonomous and there has been no apparent change of direction. As part of the agreement with Playtech, Quickspin also gained access to Game Technology Solutions, a Sri Lankan game development studio formed in 2007 with main focus on mobile games. The company currently hold licenses from Alderney and the UKGC. Part of the company's revenue goes to Responsible Gambling Trust.

Although it's rare to see Quickspin slots award huge wins, there are a few exceptions. For many years, Razortooth was the studios highest potential game but was only capable of delivering max wins of a few thousand times the stake. In 2018, however, Quickspin marked a change in direction when 16,000x potential slot Eastern Emeralds was released.

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Despite the relatively low potential in general, Quickspin slots are in high demand because of the entertainment value, innovative features, well-balanced game engines, math models, and high RTP which is often around 96% or more. One of its first, and to this day most popular games, Big Bad Wolf, has an RTP of 97.29%. Some of Quickspin's most popular games are Volcano Riches, Big Bad Wolf, Goldilocks, Razortooth, Fairy Gate, Second Strike, and Gold Lab.