QTech Games has added yet more depth to its burgeoning platform, after the Asia-focused online casino games distributor struck an alliance with Pragmatic Play.
Under the terms of the agreement, Pragmatic Play’s content, comprising the group’s slots and live casino verticals, have been made available to QTech’s clients and their players.
“We’re excited to have partnered up with Pragmatic Play, whose distinct and diverse portfolio needs no introduction,” noted Ulf Norder, CCO at QTech Games.
“The QTech Games platform is integrated with the best games from the planet’s top providers – and Pragmatic’s unique content sits near the summit of this mountain.
“In short, we can’t wait to see how these games perform across a patchwork quilt of territories. Especially in developing gaming spaces where demand for a localised product set is paramount in tackling the diverse backdrop of cultural trends and player preferences.
Pragmatic Play, which has praised the expanded global footprint to be felt as a result of the link-up, has an igaming portfolio that includes titles like The Dog House Megaways and more recent launches such as the Emerald King series and Yum Yum Powerways, alongside a host of live casino games, including baccarat, blackjack and multilingual versions of roulette.
Yossi Barzely, chief business development officer at Pragmatic Play, commented: “QTech’s ever-expanding reach, from Asia and Eastern Europe to LatAm, is always eye-catching.
“Forming a strong partnership with a leader in the Asian market allows us to continue to expand our presence in the region by supplying operators with the compelling content for which we’re renowned.
“This collaboration has enhanced our speed-to-market and will set us up to deliver a defining digital gaming experience for all players, no matter where they set their scene on the world’s stage.
“With this reputation for delivering quality games to players in progressively diverse markets, we look forward to seeing our games form part of QTech’s wider offering.”