QTech Games, the leading distributor across Asia and all emerging markets, has expanded its games offering with the addition of more content from innovative games developer, Wazdan.
Wazdan’s entire portfolio of over 140 slots has been seamlessly integrated into QTech Games’ B2B distribution platform, including latest slots sensations like Power of Gods: Medusa and Jelly Reels, as well as evergreen titles Magic Stars 3, 9 Lions, Great Book of Magic Deluxe and Los Muertos.
The integration of Wazdan products optimises the variety of premium games that QTech Games provides to its operator partners, supplementing the best-of-breed third-party providers it already has at its disposal.
This ever-evolving production line further bolsters QTech Games’ comprehensive catalogue of gaming domains, which now offers a definitive one-stop shop for worldwide operators. In an industry of small margins, QTech has secured suppliers a gateway to markets whose accessibility might otherwise require a significant sales force.
As the fastest-growing distributor across 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.
Ulf Norder, CCO at QTech Games, said: “We’re naturally excited to add Wazdan games to our ever-growing portfolio.
“Their ability to drive engagement and digital hang-time through some sophisticated mechanics, like Splitter, complements QTech’s shared vision of innovative tech driving a superior gaming experience for all players – wherever you stick your pin on the map. These slots seem sure to appeal to different demographics across diverse territories, so we look forward to unpacking the results.
“QTech Games’ proprietary technology means we’re now the one aggregator that is not just delivering excellent games but also adding engaging in-game features and tools which are constantly being enhanced and refined. It’s allowed us to secure a unique position in the aggregation space at a point when many others are struggling to adapt and differentiate in the overloaded modern world.”