Quickspin Goes Live with Achievements Engine Feature

April 8th, 2017
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Swedish-based, Playtech subsidiary, Quickspin, has unveiled an entirely new feature. The brand is calling it, the Achievements Engine, and it has been created to provide players with an overall more exciting experience. The move follows Playtech’s latest initiative to improve its platform.

The Achievements Engine is loaded with a total of six elements, making up the bonus features most often found among Quickspin slot games. The achievements are divided across four different levels, with tokens awarded for each one. Accumulated tokens may be cashed in to initiate a bonus feature, ranging from free spins, to side games, re-spins, and other lucrative goodies.

A separate page is available as a means for users to collect rewards and track their progress during play on the brand’s slots. The first game to be decked out with this new feature is Sakura Fortune.

CEO, Daniel Lindberg, commented, “Gamification is a hot topic right now, and here at Quickspin we believe we have delivered a perfect version of it with our Achievements Engine. By giving back players part of their expected losses via Quickspin tokens, we can add huge value to their experience. It is an effective tool for driving player engagement, too. Inside all of us is an achiever, a part of our brain that like to complete tasks in return for rewards. By building this into our slots via our Achievements Engine, we can better engage players and offer them a more fun and immersive experience.”

Lindberg continued, “We believe our Achievements Engine sets the standard when it comes to gamification, and look forward to receiving operator and player feedback now that it is available through our latest game release, Sakura Fortune.”


“Quickspin launches Achievements Engine”, quickspin.com, April 5, 2017.

“provide players with an overall more exciting experience”

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