QTech Games has heaped praise on “another resounding endorsement of our platform” after enhancing its content suite with the addition of S4Gaming.
The integration of a “comprehensive catalogue” will see the Barcelona-based group integrate its slots and video bingo offerings, as S4Gaming looks to broaden its geographical footprint across emerging markets from Asia and Eastern Europe to Latin America.
Santiago López de Lamadrid, CEO at S4Gaming, noted: “QTech Games is a hotbed for superior games and a rarefied air for the player experience.
“We are widening our scope across developing regions and their market-leading platform provides an agile pathway to some previously overlooked territories.
“Needless to say, agreeing this new deal tracks our core strategy to fully leverage our reach, and we look forward to seeing how new audiences embrace our games.”
S4Gaming asserts that it is looking to capitalise “on the enormous potential within bingo” by delivering an “engaging, socially-led product” that can win back the market share conceded to other gaming sectors.
As a result of this commercial tie-up, titles such as Gran National 20, La Mina 20, Multidragon, Pesero, Safari Race, and more will be integrated with the QTech offering. These games now all form part of a progressive portfolio.
“It’s another resounding endorsement of our platform to have integrated more premium content from S4Gaming,” explained Ulf Norder, QTech CCO.
“Their expanding video-bingo library is an engaging vertical in and of itself, delivering another dimension to our gaming-vertical spread, courtesy of some high-quality graphics, responsible gameplay and unique features.
“Together, we will continue to raise the bar and shape a localised experience for global players. We can’t wait to see how these games compete across a range of unexplored markets which, in many instances, will break new ground for S4Gaming.
“There’s no reason for the social aspect of bingo to be impacted in the transition to mobile. In fact, its surging popularity among millennials should only propel the return of this timeless game. Millennials are naturally better set up to adapt in these technological times.
“They also regard gambling itself as a recreational leisure pursuit. The key is to maintain and evolve a progressive product portfolio. And if it’s accompanied by a towering jackpot, well, so much the better, as S4 has already proved.”