Interwetten & Quickspin Join Forces for German-Speaking PlayersPublished January 15, 2018 by Brett C
Leading online gaming giants, Interwetten and Quickspin have inked a deal that will provide a full suite of games to Interwetten’s predominantly German-speaking player base!
Swedish online slots gaming company Quickspin has signed a lucrative deal with one of Europe’s leading online entertainment companies, Interwetten. Quickspin is owned by the prestigious Playtech Group company, listed on the LSE. It is fully licensed and regulated to offer real-money games to players, courtesy of the MGA (Malta Gaming Authority). By signing this deal with Austrian-based Interwetten, Quickspin will be able to showcase its full suite of slots games to a largely German-speaking audience in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and Denmark.
Wide Range of Online Slots Added to Profile
Players at Interwetten will now have access to top-tier slots titles such as Sakura Fortune, Mighty Arthur and Mayana slots. These and scores of other online slots games will be going live in January and February 2018. Quickspin Chief Executive Officer, Daniel Lindbergh, is delighted at having signed a lucrative agreement that will see the company's games being offered to predominantly German-speaking countries. Interwetten is one of the leading providers of online sports betting and online casino games in Germanic countries.
Interwetten Seeking German License
Interwetten’s Speaker of the Board, Werner Becher is excited at finally being able to expand the company’s game offering to include a wide range of interactive slots games. The company was founded in Vienna, Austria in 1990, serving as a sportsbook. It has been operating online casino and sports betting for 2 decades and it pays out some 95% of its revenues direct to customers in the form of profits. Interwetten is fully licensed and regulated in multiple countries including Ireland, Schleswig-Holstein (expiring soon), Spain, Italy and has pending licensing for sports betting in Germany.