Published By Mia Gardner : 08 Dec 2017 | Last Updated: 24 Dec 2020
Part of the Playtech Group, Quickspin announced its plans for Achievements Races just a few weeks ago, noting that the new feature will be fully integrated at the start of the new year. The new promotional tool is the latest of a string of successful and in-demand modules in Quickspin’s Achievements Engine, which made its own debut earlier this year.
Achievements Races will essentially be an extension of the Achievements Engine, and will create a more immersive gaming experience while helping operators to host Quickspin games with much more player retention. The races will give players access to various fresh achievements at a faster rate, while also providing double the fun in every game.
Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg has noted that the idea came from positive feedback received by his firm about its Achievements Engine. The races will simply be another great addition to this promotional package, assisting operators around the world to sharpen their marketing strategies.
The Achievements Races will make their appearance next year, as mentioned above, and are set to be integrated into a number of Quickspin’s most popular slots. These will include the recently released Mayana slot – an Aztec-themed game with thrilling game dynamics, special multipliers, and expanding reels.
As explained by Lindberg, the Achievements Engine already offers players strong incentives to play on, and the new races will add yet another interesting factor to each slot. This in turn will allow operators to put achievements in the spotlight in any period they choose, while players will also be able to gain more rewards at a faster rate, creating benefits for everyone involved.
Quickspin is a Swedish specialist in online and mobile slots development. Founded in 2011, the firm was acquired by Playtech Group in 2016, and has gone from strength to strength since this takeover.
Quickspin’s licenses allow the firm to offer real money slots in numerous regulated jurisdictions around the world, and the company has also inked multiple major agreements with global online casino operators since being incorporated into the Playtech family.