QTech Games, a leading games distributor for Asia and all growth markets, has continued to build strong momentum in its pipeline, thanks to its latest agreement with rising star supplier, Lady Luck Games.
Integrating content from one of the more innovative and creative online slots providers around adds yet more variety to QTech Games’ burgeoning platform, which is bringing the widest range of online games to emerging territories with established names, such as Evolution and Fantasma Games, sitting alongside the industry’s most exciting up-and-coming providers.
Among the games made available to its partners via the deal will be Lady Luck’s latest release, Valley Of The Muses – a 10-line slot inspired by classical Greek mythology featuring enhanced gameplay – alongside other popular titles like Dragon Slayer and Ruler Of Egypt.
These games are premised on the cornerstones of sticky design and a heightened gameplay experience. While Lady Luck’s game development is optimised for mobile, the central focus of QTech’s RNG model, which is founded on its fully-owned and customised technical platform, affording games providers and operators the fastest integration available. Through this leading platform, clients enjoy the best performance and customer support available, localised to every region across both emerging and more mature markets.
The deal organically broadens Lady Luck’s international footprint, unlocking untapped jurisdictions from Asia to Eastern Europe and Latin America for diversified growth.
Ulf Norder, CCO at QTech Games, said: “We’re dedicated to rolling out high-quality content that drives revenue for our partners. So, this deal with Lady Luck extends our impressive sequential pipeline for 2021. In today’s marketplace, only premium games of the highest standard separate you from the crowd, so we’re thrilled to see how Lady Luck is delivering on this demand. That means stunning graphics, coupled to the latest maths models for superior gameplay and high-variance volatility where preferred.”
Kenny Dahlsjö, VP Sales at Lady Luck Games, added: “Lady Luck Games were created to develop casino games with a strong focus on superb gameplay experience with high-quality and unique features, and to entertain as large an audience as possible. This partnership with QTech gives us a fantastic opportunity to expand our products in important markets that show steady growth.
“In an era where the competition is fierce, we strive to deliver unique products that stand out and are constantly working on developing the new big hit. So, for us, this deal represents a perfect alignment of creative forces, high-end technology and solid business knowledge which, above all, are helping transform the user experience for worldwide players.
“Although our team is recently assembled, we have decades’ worth of experience developing user-friendly, creative, entertaining slots. Our portfolio contains some very exciting titles already, with many more in the making, as we aim to release one new game every month. We look forward to seeing how our partnership with QTech flourishes and deliver our games to more markets in the near future.”
Earlier this year, QTech Games broke further ground as the leading distributor across emerging markets with the launch of an industry-first, cross-supplier rewards feature, Network Progressive Jackpot, unpacking a cutting-edge acquisition and retention toolbox for its global partners.