Galaxsys has broadened its position in the Asian igaming space after forming an alliance with QTech Games, a gaming distributor in the continent.
Through the deal, Galaxsys will supply QTech Games with its complete catalogue of igaming content – including crash, mine and turbo games – which will then be distributed in the several Asian markets that QTech operates in.
QTech Games CCO, Daniel Long, stated: “It’s another strong validation of our platform to have successfully introduced more premium content from Galaxsys. In 2023, only premium games of the highest quality will allow your brand to be heard in the hubbub of a crowded marketplace.
“So, we’re thrilled to see how Galaxsys has delivered on this challenge, above all with its engaging crash games like the stunning Rocketon. By combining video-game-level visuals with the latest maths models for improved gameplay and varying volatility where needed, they are one of the pioneers in bringing this fresh format of risk to the digital gaming space.
“Together, we can continue to elevate and shape a localised experience for players worldwide. We can’t wait to witness how these games perform across a range of untapped markets which, in many cases, represent new territories for Galaxsys.”
While this move sees Galaxsys focus on its Asian presence, the igaming supplier recently looked to enhance its player engagement toolset with the launch of its Leaderboard and Lightning Bonus solutions.
“We are delighted to partner with QTech Games, the leading game distributor in Asia,” added Gil Soffer, SVP of Sales and Business at Galaxsys.
“Our shared commitment to innovation, player engagement, and providing the best possible gaming experience will make this a mutually beneficial partnership.”