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Hong Kong headquartered D-Tech has announced a new partnership with Leander Games, which is to see a number of titles be built and distributed via the latter’s platform.

As a result of the new partnership, the independent games studio, which specialises in the development of Asian themed games, has also released the first title called ‘Year of the Dog’.

Harmen Brenninkmeijer, chief executive officer of D-Tech, commented: “We are very excited to sign this deal to build and distribute our games via Leander’s platform.

“We incorporated D-Tech with an objective. To build localised games for Asian players around the world. Our Hong Kong-based team of experienced game designers and artists are creating amazing games, and doing an incredible job for our partners and clients.

“We are thrilled to see Year of the Dog live across Leander’s network, and look forward to releasing many more games in the future.”

D-Tech emphases that it’s “committed to developing games that are custom-built to satisfy the unique demands of Asian players,” with this new deal alongside Leander Games set to see its range of titles be made available to all of the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gaming Control Commission licensed organisations operator partners.

Steven Matsell, CEO of Leander Games, praised D-Tech and the growing trend of such titles worldwide: “Asian-themed games are popular around the globe, and we have seen a particular surge in interest in Europe with dedicated tabs within the casino offering.

“Being based in Asia D-Tech offer a unique, localised feel to their games which players will feel and love. We are excited to be working with the D-Tech team and know their games will be successful.”

This follows a deal penned by Leander Games alongside Stakelogic, who saw its collection of slot games be made available to customers via the LeGa RGS gateway API.

The deal covered Stakelogic titles including Book of Adventure and Classic Joker 5Reels, as well as branded games such as Hardwell.