Following sustained incremental growth throughout 2019 and Q3 figures, games distributor QTech Games has announced further expansion plans across emerging markets in Asia, featuring a new recruitment drive around India’s breakout territory.
QTech Games said it is logically broadening its reach into the world’s second-most populous country, where it is now taking applications from experienced salespeople with knowledge of the India market – alongside any specialist regional expertise.
The proven success of QTech Games’ new partnership model is opening up new territories for operators looking to secure a foothold in the Asian market via QTech Games’ local expertise and unique infrastructure. To which end, QTech Games has formulated a menu-based approach, comprised of three distinct domains:
- Full-service: QTech Games runs the full operation in Asia, including product, promotion, customer service and the legals, but the site stays on the operator’s platform
- Customer services and admin
- Asian white-label format: essentially, running the brand and acting as a distinct unit on behalf of the operator
QTech Games CEO, Markus Nasholm, said: “At QTech Games, we’re currently seeing the greatest growth in India. That’s no surprise considering a ramping population of 1.3 billion, near universal access to 4G, and dropping costs for smartphones and the internet, even in the backwaters. Consequently, India’s online sector has welcomed a raft of acquisitions this year, as operators plant their flags in the sand ahead of the expected boom. Accordingly, QTech Games is now offering operators the chance to become the integration partner for new content / studios, removing the hassle of integrations in order that internal tech teams can concentrate on value-added processes. In fact, our company axiom is simply: one seamless integration for all the emerging and growth markets.
“A flexible platform and an open mind are the only things you must be sure to take with you, wherever you’re travelling across this ever-changing landscape – and, at QTech, our market-leading platform has you securely packed for all the best, localised games – majoring in mobile. Asian operators aren’t too bothered if you have the “traditional” game providers. That said, if you don’t have the Fish game in China, there’s a 0% probability of becoming successful. And it’s a similar story with the Andar Bahar card game in India, where the eyes of the industry are converging right now. As a result, we’re already on a strong recruitment drive to hire the best and brightest minds as our tentacles extend into ever more culturally-specific and diverse territories. So, if you’re an expert with relevant experience in the territory, we’d love to hear from you.”