QTech Games has extended its igaming offering to include AD LUNAM’s arcade-style portfolio after forming a content partnership with 1X2 Network.
Through the collaboration, QTech Games’ operators partners across regulated Asian markets will gain access to 1X2 Network subsidiary AD LUNAM’s “state-of-the-art igaming arsenal” including arcade-style game formats such as crash.
Daniel Long, CCO at QTech Games, said: “AD LUNAM’s thirst for varied state-of-the-art content is unquenchable, and the recent launch of the Maverick series bears fitting tribute to that fact.
“They’ve got our top operator partners covered for the in-demand arcade gaming vertical, wherever they set their scene on the worldwide stage.
“Together, we can continue to raise the bar and shape a localised experience for global players across varied cultures. We can’t wait to see how these games perform across a range of untapped markets.
AD LUNAM launched its preliminary crash game Maverick earlier this year, which will soon be integrated into QTech Games’ partners’ online casino lobbies alongside the sequel Maverick X..
While offering the studio’s range of existing game releases, the partnership will also see AD LUNAM provide “a suite of engaging digital content” with new games that deliver “sought-after social, multiplayer and arcade-quality gameplay”.
The deal will see the 1X2 Network brand increase its output throughout Asia, in which QTech is allegedly the “fastest-growing distributor” with services that are “localised for each region” using native mobile apps and marketing tools.
Alex Ratcliffe, CPO at 1X2 Network, added: “We’ve been thrilled to see such amazing uptake of our flagship game Maverick since we launched earlier in the year. We said on launch that we built Maverick based on the feedback of operators and the follow-up Maverick X was created with the same mindset.
“It’s great to see a platform with such a wide and trusted distributional scope as QTech Games’ extending AD LUNAM’s global reach.
“We have a growing pipeline of arcade and alternative games that I’m sure their clients’ expansive demographics will enjoy.”