In the online casino world, it used to be the case that each operator would pair up with a single software provider. This provided players with a limited number of games, many of which felt similar because of the similar style in which they were created. That is the old way of doing things, and Casino Saga knows the power of having content supply deals with multiple software providers. They've added another great name to their portfolio with a new deal that will see Quickspin's complete selection added to Casino Saga.
High-Level Online Casino Games
What Quickspin brings to the table is a high level of online casino games. Their newest release Crystal Queen is coming up soon with an August release date, and it shows just how interested they are in innovating with a new feature that hasn't really been seen before where players can open up multiple new reels for play. Their games are also very visually appealing, and their portfolio will be an excellent addition to the Casino Saga lineup.
The Casino Saga Difference
Casino Saga has only been around since 2014, but they're making some serious moves when it comes to giving players what they want. They already have software agreements to use Net Entertainment, Play'n Go, Genesis Gaming, BetSoft and Microgaming Quickfire software. When you add Quickspin to the mix, you're going to get one of the top selections of high-quality games that you can find anywhere. What's more is that they use a special RPG-style structure to add a whole new dimension to your overall gameplay experience.
The way this RPG structure works is that players are set up in what amounts to an achievement system where you can earn rewards, fight against bosses in epic battles and open up access to more and more games. This is where the "saga" part comes from the name Casino Saga, and earning experience points to accumulate more power and advance through the different levels is something that other online casinos aren't really doing at this stage in the game. This makes them stand out in a major way, especially since you can win bonus payouts just from fighting the bosses without having to wager anything of your own. Overall, this is an atypical concept, and it'll take some time to see how the players warm up to it.