Quickspin goes forward with an innovative player-retention tool called Challenges
A Playtech Group-owned game development company, Quickspin has launched a new customer retention tool, the latest pioneering mechanics called Quickspin Challenges.
This innovative tool will definitely raise the bar a little higher when it comes to gamification and Quickspin always tends to create a revolutionary and breath-taking product that players would enjoy playing.
Player Loyalty Tool
The latest player loyalty tool will take gaming to the next level as it enables an additional level of gameplay for players on top of Quickspin’s existing titles.
For starters, Challenges has been launched on Dwarfs Gone Wild and Goldilocks but will soon be available on all developer’s games.
Quickspin CEO, Daniel Lindberg said: “We are absolutely delighted to launch Quickspin Challenges. We’ve designed the retention tool to offer some extra excitement with our slots, and hope that it will give our players the chance to enjoy playing them that extra bit more!”
Basically, Challenges is a mini-game displayed on top of each slot and offers the extra level of gameplay, fueled by the outcome of spins from the main game.
Players’ goal is to guide an in-play character through a maze to reach a final prize. Prizes are unlocked as the path through the maze is generated even if you do not hit the final big prize.
“Challenges will add another layer of entertainment on top of your usual gaming experience. Gamification is the future of our industry, and we’re proud to be at the forefront of this trend. Stay tuned for lots more exciting developments from us in 2019.”
Launching this engaging and immersive mini-game caps a pretty successful year for Quickspin.
Earlier this year the company launched Quickspin Tournaments. They also released some pretty popular titles including Dwarfs Gone Wild, Eastern Emeralds and Ark of Mystery. As an innovative game developer, Quickspin tends to constantly remain one step ahead of its competition.
The company quickly established itself as a leading development game studio for real money and social casino gaming after its inception in 2011. Their aim was to cause a market-changing shift in quality and innovation. They have come up with a few groundbreaking promotional tools and this launch proves they have no intention of slowing down.
Licensed in many jurisdictions and creating award-winning content, Quickspin has been acquired by Playtech in 2016.