Quickspin launches Phoenix Sun slot

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Stockholm, December 13th, 2016 – A Phoenix lights up the screen to give players the chance to win big prizes in the latest game from Swedish slot specialist, Quickspin.

Quickspin launches Phoenix Sun slotPhoenix Sun is a golden ode to the mythological bird that is said to live for thousands of years before bursting into flames and being reborn from the ashes.

In a similar fashion, the Phoenix Wild opens-up the reels for re-spins and more ways to win, with the game shifting between three and six rows in height, and 243 to 7776 bet ways.

Gather five Phoenix Wilds during re-spins and watch them set the reels ablaze, only to rise again along with the sun and a round of eight free spins.

Quickspin CEO Daniel Lindberg, said: “Phoenix Sun is a fiery game with golden graphics and a sumptuous soundtrack, and we are thrilled to be able to offer it to our operator partners and their players.

“The whole team really came together on this game, and their hard work and dedication can be seen in the quality of the end product. We believe players will love the game, and the big prizes up for grabs.”

Quickspin’s slots are launched on their own platform to ease integration with online casinos around the world. They are now live with over 25 operators, including most leading brands like Marathonbet, Mr Green, Casumo, Betsson, and 188bet.

For more information about this press release please contact Square in the Air on 00 44 203 586827 or For more information about Quickspin please contact Daniel Lindberg on or 0046 709 676768

About Quickspin:

Quickspin is a Stockholm-based game development studio that targets the online real money and social gaming sectors. The aim of its 40-strong team of gaming industry veterans is to cause a market-changing shift in quality and innovation. The company delivers outstanding triple-A video slots with design, style, artwork, sounds and features that surpass the competition as standard.


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