Leading provider integrates its games with Asia’s top distribution platform for expansion into growth markets
QTech Games, Asia’s number-one games distributor, has announced its latest high-profile partnership with leading igaming solutions provider, Yggdrasil.
Under the terms of the new deal, Yggdrasil’s award-winning content suite has been made available to QTech Games clients and their players, adding more muscle to a pioneering platform setting the pace for bringing the best online games to market across emerging territories.
Yggdrasil’s unique portfolio of games comprises over 70 top-notch titles – featuring classics such as Vikings Go Berzerk, Valley of the Gods and Jungle Books, alongside exciting new additions like Temple Stacks and their latest release Multifly.
This ever-evolving production line further bolsters QTech Games’ comprehensive catalogue of gaming domains, which offers a definitive one-stop shop for worldwide operators.
The agreement also broadens Yggdrasil’s global footprint, opening up Asia’s array of both established and emerging markets for accelerated growth. While QTech partners now enjoy access to Yggdrasil’s range of proprietary in-game promotional tools to increase player engagement and foster improved retention.
As the fastest-growing distributor in Asia over the past few years, QTech’s platform boasts the broadest gaming portfolio around, localised for each region, with native mobile apps, powerful reporting and marketing tools, and 24/7 local-language support.
QTech Games CEO, Markus Nasholm, said: “We’re delighted to have partnered up with Yggdrasil, whose stunning games never need any hype. Indeed, they are already exceeding expectations. The QTech Games platform is integrated with the best games from the planet’s top providers – and Yggdrasil now stand at the summit of this mountain.
“Their ability to initiate in-game tournaments, coupled with spontaneous cash-drops, embraces QTech’s shared emphasis on high-end tech creating a superior gaming experience. Together, we can even introduce quest-like missions, providing players with live leaderboards that fuel the battle for social-channel bragging rights so that they can share the fun and drive online dwell-time for any of our partners. Small wonder, then, that Yggdrasil’s games are already proving popular with our clients’ players across many varied markets.
“In short, we look forward to seeing how these games perform across a patchwork quilt of territories. Particularly in developing gaming spaces where demand for a localised product set is paramount in tackling a diverse backdrop of cultural trends and player preferences.”