Evoplay launching in Asia together with QTech Games

Evoplay have entered the Asian market through content distributor QTech Games.

The partnership will grant QTech’s Asia-facing clients access to Evoplay’s mobile-optimized game for the first time.

Adam Stone, chief business development officer of Evoplay said: “Asia is the largest online market in the world now and we are very excited to launch our games at QTech’s platform. QTech is clearly our preferred partner in Asia, they are growing faster than anyone and their staff is extremely dedicated and professional. We believe that we have some of the best games in the world and are confident that they will be as successful in Asia as they have been in Europe. The first games have already been launched and so far we are very impressed with the result.

Jonas Alm, CEO QTech added: ”QTech business model is to find the best games in the world and distribute them to Asia. This has proven to be very successful. We have seen rapid growth since the start and are confident that this will continue. Evoplay are developing world class games and we are proud to be their Asian partner”

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