TotallyGaming caught up with QTech Games CEO Jonas Alm, who analysed the Asian market and how QTech has built such a successful footprint in the region.
“Headwinds in the Asian market are not reflective of the core strength of the Playtech model,” argued Alan Jackson, the group’s chairman, in response to a significant net profit drop for one of the gambling industry’s major suppliers.
Playtech Plc has issued its second profit warning within a year, alerting the markets of further Asian woes for its services and operations.
The expeditious rise of automated trading solutions is in no small part down to the exponential speed of change that the industry has undertaken. However, is there a cost to the neglecting of physical traders?
The heightened advertising restrictions surrounding the upcoming World Cup in Russia have left betting operators facing a difficult challenge, as they’re forced to resort to more creative approaches of achieving brand exposure ahead of the tournament.
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The Philippines Football League (PFL) has agreed a deal with Sportradar, that will see the sports betting solutions provider become the associations exclusive global audio-visual, data distribution and integrity services partner.
In a bid to develop and enhance its standing within the Asian mobile gaming sector, QTech Games has struck a pair of integration deals with Booongo and Fantasma Games.
BBIN marked its second appearance at ICE London in 2018 by promoting the competitive advantages of its brand and a “core spirit of continuous innovation”.
Utilising similar technology to digital giants Amazon, Netflix and Spotify, Asian games distributor QTech has recently detailed the launch of an “industry first” recommendation engine, named QT Play.