QTech plots Asian domination

QTech plots Asian domination

Friday, February 23, 2018 Posted by Craig Davies
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Portfolio enhanced with two fresh deals

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.

Adding more muscle to the QTech portfolio, a number of titles, including recent releases, are set to be made available to its operator partners.

Jonas Alm, QTech CEO, spoke to TotallyGaming.com about his firms standing and how this announcement enhances its offering: “As the fastest-growing game distributor in Asia, quantity already goes with the territory for QTech Games.

“Quality is consequently our current emphasis, as we bid to corral all the world’s top online games, majoring in the mobile space.

“This brace of deals shows QTech Games’ commitment to securing that quality, not just by going with the industry’s biggest names, but also identifying the brightest. Booongo and Fantasma Games are two such emerging powers, whose games exude innovation and creativity in their design, running off the latest technology and maths-enhanced gameplay.

“We’ll always go the distance to enlist the best recruits. Even if the integration yields a handful of new games, it’s well worth it. QTech Games is now housing all this exceptional content on one easy-to-integrate platform for both operators and providers. It’s part of our ultimate goal to become Asia’s biggest provider of digital entertainment within the next four years.”

Adding how this news builds on last months launch of QT Play, a recommendation mobile app, tailor made for the gaming industry: “When your platform delivers the broadest portfolio of online games in Asia, the challenge is to refine and partition this varied content, so it always finds the relevant audience.

“This is where QT Play’s recommendation engine does the hard work for our partners. Human hunches have been rendered obsolete by the rise of machine-learning software. Just look at the way Spotify can conjure a playlist that speaks to your preferred artists, genres and rhythms – often better than your own instincts can.

“QT Play’s prediction logic is powered by a similar automated-curation model, and achieves similar feats in game-proposals as a result. It distills users habits, identifying their favourite games, and recommending others which will likely prove right up their street for format, content and inherent playability.”

Totally Gaming says: Asian focussed QTech Games has certainly got big ambitions, with an ultimate goal of becoming the continents main player in the provision of digital entertainment by 2022. By following the launch of QT Play with this new duo of deals, with firms it dubs the “rising stars” of casino igaming, the first steps have been made.


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