10th May 2019 – QTech Games is prepared for this month’s Global Gaming Expo Asia (aka G2E Asia). Asia’s quickest-growing distributor might be looking to add to its burgeoning suite of relationships with both suppliers and operators, following the achievement of its modern tool.

This must-attend gaming and amusement hub runs from 21-23 May at the Venetian Macao, where QTech Games is unpacking its today’s solutions and techniques, bringing operators the nice slot video games from the satisfactory suppliers, majoring in cell content material.

Earlier this 12 months, staying in advance of market demands, QTech launched the QT Tournament device. It’s an enterprise-first for a platform. An operator can create their own tournaments throughout the complete QTech portfolio of merchandise or the particular games or studios they desire to promote. Operator demand has already passed expectations, with the following important tournament scheduled for this week, backed utilizing Habanero. It might be rolled out with operators across Asia and Europe.

QTech Games boasts the broadest gaming portfolio, localized for every Asian region, with native cell apps, effective reporting and advertising tools, and 24/7 neighborhood-language aid. What’s more, it’s all handy to operators thru the quickest integration on the market.

After a hit 12 months of double-digit increase, improving the rate and performance of all video games on its platform, QTech has broadened its worldwide reach in 2019 with a series of recent offers and tools, including taking a majority share in Snowborn Games, certainly one of Sweden’s hottest video-slots vendors. However, it’s miles GameFactory, a global gaming studio with the remit to invest in and recruit smaller studios from across the globe, which lays down their announcement of motive for the 12 months to come.

Markus Nasholm, QTech Games’ Global CEO, said: “It’s an exciting time for us to be returning to the gaming capital of Macau. With a lot of modern tech and innovation under our belt, coupled with many exciting new deals with both hooked up and growing stars, we will now sit up for growing in stride with this progress. We can’t wait to trap up with existing partners and meet new customers with whom we can expand our mutual horizons.”

“GameFactory is the following step in our bid to become the most important issuer of digital leisure in Asia over the next few years. We are currently very lively in this area, looking to enlist small gaming studios with large ideas that may shape a part of our developing QTech circle of relatives.

“Witness how the enterprise has changed in Asia during the last 3 years. A bendy platform and open thoughts are the best things you have to be sure to percent, wherever you’re traveling throughout this ever-changing panorama.”

About QTech:

QTech is the quickest growing game distributor in Asia. Its assignment is to locate satisfactory on-line (RNG) video games globally and distribute them to operators in Asia. Mobile games offer the corporation’s central focus, which’s premised on a completely-owned and customized technical platform that presents games carriers and operators the fastest, maximum convenient integration on the market. Through this platform, clients revel in the great performance and customer service available. QTech aims to grow to be the biggest company of virtual leisure in Asia by 2021.

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