Come work with us
Would you like to work in an ambitious, casual and fun atmosphere at an award winning company?
The Quickspin main office may be located in Stockholm, Sweden, but we are a multinational company. Our offices host skilled people from all around the world, and every team is a melting pot of individuals from all walks of life. Our diverse workforce is reflected in our games, as the different perspectives of our employees lend themselves to interesting and innovative ideas.
Our goal is to keep expanding our team at a pace which ensures the happiness of our employees and the sustainability of our creative games portfolio.
We are dedicated to the comfort and well-being of our team. We believe that good slots are created by happy people, and so we ensure that our employees enjoy their work.
If there isn’t a current listing for your field, you are more than welcome to send us an open application.
Do take note of that we receive many applications, and that it may take up to a week for us to get back to you.
Our CCO may not be a table tennis ace, but his other skills more than make up for it. Ask him to cook a bowl of curry and he’ll whip together something that’ll both clean out your sinuses and set your mouth aflame with delicious spices. He says that if he had a superpower, he would like to be able to read minds. However, we suspect that he may already know how to do just that…
Quickspin’s CEO is a jack of all trades, being just as talented at wiping tables in the kitchen as he is at interacting with staff, board and shareholders. He’s been with the company since the very beginning, and would list Crystal Queen, Second Strike and Goldilocks as his favorite Quickspin games to date.
When the holidays come along he’s your go-to entertainer, as he knows the first two guitar chords to the Swedish christmas carol “Gläns över sjö och strand”.
Having worked as a Developer for Quickspin for many years, Tomas favorite games range from classics like Sinbad and Jewel Blast, to Crystal Queen. Perhaps it’s the story elements of some of these games that peaked his interest, since he harbors a passion for history and culture. He’s also humble, since if you were to ask for his hidden talents, he would reply that the fact that he has no hidden talents – is his hidden talent.
Except for being an excellent Marketing Manager, Linn is the sole reason that everyday work doesn’t end in implosion. Without her clever ideas and fun adventures, working at Quickspin simply wouldn’t be the same. If she were to list her favorite games, they would be Big Bad Wolf, Crystal Queen and Spinions. Her dream is to one day sail across the Atlantic, a goal fitting her fierce and passionate personality.
Before joining Quickspin Eira worked with narrative game design. She’s still moonlighting as a teacher in the subject while working as a Test Engineer for Quickspin. While she’s currently content with living in Stockholm, her dream is to go to Svalbard and live amongst the armoured bears (and please don’t tell her that they’re actually fictional, that would break her tiny, hobbit heart).
As a Quickspin veteran who’s been with the company for many Earthly spins around the sun, it’s quite fitting that one of Jonas favorite games is The Epic Journey. Adventure twirls like a red thread through his life, from the challenges he tackles as a Project Manager & Client Developer, to his dream of taking his family on the classic Highway 1 road trip from San Diego to San Francisco.
As one of Quickspin’s many skilled Gamecrafters Andreas harbours a love for Spinions, Genie’s Touch and Razortooth. Perhaps it’s the dangerous edge of Razortooth that has drawn him in as one of his hidden talents is to make Predator sounds. If he could go anywhere in the world, he would trade the chilly Swedish climate for the humid swamps of Borneo.
Clint is also a Programmer and Game Developer. He has a past of developing award winning children’s games, and also claims that he’s amazing at literally all video games (this may or may not be the actual reason we slapped him on camera). Like most Quickspinners he becomes very offended when asked about his favorite film – since it’s impossible to only pick one.