QTech Games Signs Content-Sharing Agreement with Play’n GO

Reputed iGaming software developer QTech Games just announced a partnership deal with Play’n GO. The revelation comes hot on the heels of the Asian content supplier’s high-profile content-sharing agreement with premium live-casino software provider Evolution at the beginning of 2021.

QTech Games, a powerhouse in the local market, continues to make its presence felt with a ton of interesting games on offer and more on their way. The latest deal with Play’n GO will only strengthen their position in regulated markets in Asia and the surrounding regions.

QTech has been on an expansive drive in the recent past, striking content-sharing deals with reputed Finnish iGaming software provider Relax Gaming and more recently Maverick Slots. The Manila-based company already has an impressive video slot portfolio, and the numbers are only going to improve thanks to the recent deals.

Dynamic Content Creator

QTech has been eyeing the Play’n GO deal for a while now. The company believes the Malta-headquartered firm has optimized content for mobile devices. And has focused extensively on improving the Random Number Generator (RNG) mechanism.

Declaring their dedication to launching high-quality content, QTech Game’s Chief Commercial Officer, Ulf Norder explains, “Only premium games with the most innovative gameplay are popular in this day and age. Play’n GO has been consistently bringing fantastic titles for the players to enjoy. The team has never launched a new title simply for the sake of it, which is what separates them from other mass-market developers”.

“Play’n GO titles incorporate modern graphics with stunning gameplay and the latest math models to improve the game’s winning potential, retention, and high-variance volatility”, Norder added.

Among the titles that will go live as soon as the deal materializes, Rich Wilde and the Amulet of the Dead is the one to look forward to. The title is a part of the Rich Wilde exploration series and is based on mythology, quite similar to what we’ve seen in other Arthurian adventures.

Play’n GO specializes in putting a contemporary twist to cornerstone concepts from the past and that translates to modern mechanics with ancient themes. The addition of such diverse titles to QTech’s flamboyant library is a boon for emerging markets where the supplier plans to debut shortly.

Qtech and Play n Go into Partnership

A Word from the Partners

Commenting on the partnership, Play’n GO’s Head of Sales for Asia, Jeffrey Co claimed the company doesn’t blatantly sign partnership deals. But instead, commit to the partners and “strive to offer them a holistic experience”.

His official statement reads, “The package deal is possible due to our robust supply networks, our efficient delivery channel, and world-class account management staff. We leave no stone unturned in ensuring our partners receive world-class content and keep the players engaged and entertained”.

“We are thrilled about the deal and can’t wait to get started with QTech. We believe this is just the beginning of a long and fruitful relationship that we hope will yield interesting results shortly”, Jeffrey added.

Play n Go Agreement with Qtech

Latin-American Expansion Plans

The new partnership follows closely behind Play’n GO’s latest release, Fire Toad. The title flaunts up to 1,024 paylines while offering players the chance to amplify the stake up to 5,000-times.

Before the release, Play’n GO became one of the first independent casino software suppliers to be licensed by the LOTBA (Loteria de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires), the official regulator of Buenos Aires, Argentina. This further expands the studio’s footprint in the Latin American market as the supplier now has the license to operate in the nation’s capital.