In 2011, Daniel Lindberg exited from NetEnt, where he served as a sales director for several years, to establish Quickspin. He collaborated with Mars Westerlund, who also previously worked at NetEnt, and Joachim Timmermans from Unibet.
Lindberg and his team wanted to do things differently. They felt that although the gambling market was filled with many casino games, exceptional, innovative slots were lacking. As these entrepreneurs revealed, their goal was to create game options that they would enjoy playing. Hopefully, they would satiate the gaming needs of other passionate players as well.
Most people in the gambling scene overlooked Quickspin until it released over 40 remarkable slots in 2012. In 2016, Playtech, one of the leaders in the iGaming industry today, bought this Swedish casino game provider. The acquisition granted it access to the famous Game Technology Solutions, a Dehiwala-based game development studio that entered the market in 2007. Its primary focus is mobile games.