Mobile games developer OneTouch has further enhanced its reach into new markets after agreeing a wide-ranging content deal with QTech Games – a distributer in Asia.
QTech Games has a technical platform which allows game providers and operators aiming to integrate faster and easier than ever, as well as an list of operators and what they feel is a a wealth of experience.
The deal will see OneTouch’s full portfolio of mobile-first slots and classic table games, including Lucky Lion, Golden Stripe, Baccarat and Sic Bo made available to operators in the region.
OneTouch prides itself on creating mobile-first content that can be played on the go and providing its own unique twist on classic table games, while ensuring they retain the authentic features players love.
Ollie Castleman, head of marketing OneTouch, said: “It’s been a busy few months for the whole OneTouch team and we can’t wait to see our top-quality content reach more players with help from QTech Games.
“They are experts when it comes to distribution within the region and their experience and contacts will help us grow OneTouch as a brand. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership together.”
Markus Nasholm, Global CEO at QTech Games, added: “We are constantly looking to add to our range of offerings and with mobile gaming booming, agreeing a deal with OneTouch was an obvious decision for us.
“Their offering is truly mobile-first and their varied portfolio, which includes classic table games and slots, is sure to prove popular with both operators and players alike across our markets.”
Earlier this year, always cognisant of market demands, QTech launched the QT Tournament tool, an industry-first platform, whereby any operator can create their own tournaments across the entire QTech portfolio of products, or the specific games or studios which they want to promote. Operator demand has already exceeded expectations, with the next major tournament underway later this month.