Gaming Corps has enhanced its presence in several regulated markets worldwide after integrating slots and instant games into QTech Games’ distribution platform.
Through the deal, QTech Games will distribute the Swedish supplier’s product portfolio amongst partnered operators in several regulated markets, with the company boasting a “strong presence” in Asia, Latin America and Africa.
QTech Games’ operator clients will gain access to Gaming Corps’ full range of igaming releases, which includes crash, mine, table and slot games such as Coin Miner 2, Penalty Champion, Jet Lucky 2 & Raging Zeus.
Mats Lundin, Gaming Corps’ Director of Sales, commented: “QTech Games is among the leading games distributors, with a strong footing across several regions, offering a wide, localised portfolio for each region.
“This partnership will allow us to grow our presence even further as we continue to provide first-class casino and video games content, and I look forward to utilising QTech Games’ platform, which will bring our games to more players.”
The move follows a similar deal Gaming Corps formed to strengthen its global positioning, in which it agreed to supply titles to The Mill Adventure’s aggregation service.
Daniel Long, CCO at QTech Games, added: “We are delighted to add Gaming Corps’ thrilling games content to our online casino platform, and I’m sure this will prove to be very popular with our partners.
“This will help us continue to strengthen our platform, and we are once again adding content which will raise the bar, which makes us very excited to begin this partnership.”