CT Interactive has detailed a second commercial tie-up that was inked at the recent ICE London, with QTech Games this time putting pen to paper on a distribution deal.
Under the terms of the agreement, the online casino developer’s range of content is to become available via the QTech Games platform across Asian markets, as well as Africa, Europe and Latin America.
Milena Tsankarska, Head of Business Development EMEA at CT Interactive, said: “This deal will help us step into new markets in Asia, thus expanding our presence by reaching new clientele in different markets, which is our long-term goal.
“We are very proud that we were able to sign such an important deal with one of the leading game distributors worldwide during the leading gaming exhibition ICE 2023.”
Adding: “It is a milestone for our business that will lead to a significant expansion, bringing benefits such as increased revenue, improved brand recognition, and access to new markets.”
The partnership will see CT Interactive, which is certified in 18 markets and noted that it is “actively working on increasing this number,” integrated a portfolio of more than 200 games. This portfolio includes 50 Dice Treasures, 40 Mega Dice, 20 Dice Party, and 20 Dice Roosters.
“Our company is honoured to have the best quality games of CT Interactive, which have won prestigious awards, available on our platform,” added Daniel Long, CCO at QTech Games.
“This company has proved the standard of its products over the years, and we are sure that this move will be very beneficial for us.”
Last week, CT Interactive disclosed its first alliance that came directly as a result of attending ICE London, with 7bet providing an extended presence in the Lithuanian market.