QTech Games has added a further enhancement of its online casino offering after teaming-up with slots provider Dragoon Soft, which has lauded the added global scope to be felt as a result of the link-up.

Under the terms of the deal, Dragoon Soft’s full portfolio, including a plethora of slots, alongside classic table games like blackjack, baccarat, and poker, have been made available to QTech Games’ clients and their players.

Dragoon Soft has already launched a number of titles for the Asian market, including its 3 Gods Fishing slot, as well as Golden Card Dragon & Tiger and Niu-Niu poker. 

A Dragoon Soft spokesperson added: “It’s a thrill for us to finally team up with QTech Games. For, while Dragoon Soft is already established in Asia, we feel sure our high-quality games will connect with even more players, now that QTech’s premier platform is leading them to market. We can’t wait to see how certain targeted titles pick up traction across a range of regions which, in many cases, break new ground for us.”

The agreement also extends Dragoon Soft’s global scope, opening up margin markets from Asia and Eastern Europe to Latin America, and generating new revenue streams.

QTech’s partners will also benefit from the company’s in-built gamification layers, which strive to drive player engagement for reliable retention in an increasingly competitive space. 

Ulf Norder, QTech Games CCO, explained: “We’re delighted to have partnered with Dragoon Soft, whose visually stunning and varied games underscore our premier platform’s versatility.

“QTech Games’ proprietary technology means we’re the one aggregator that is not just delivering excellent games but also adding engaging in-game features and tools which are constantly being enhanced and refined. It’s helped us secure a unique position in the aggregation space at a time when many others are struggling to adapt and differentiate in the changing landscape.”

“Wherever you set your scene in this ever-changing landscape, our platform champions a mobile-first mantra, packed with all the best localised games that cater to different cultural tastes. By way of simple instructive example, if you don’t offer the fish game in China, there’s no chance of becoming successful. 

“And it’s a similar story with the Andar Bahar card game in India, where the eyes of the industry are converging right now. That fact that Dragoon Soft share our vision, and already understand the demand for regional specificity throughout Asian and beyond, made them a logical partner.”