• QTech Games to Integrate Online Slots Developed by Wazdan

    24 January 2022

    Qtech games to integrate online slots developed by wazdan

    After revealing the introduction of a new wave of content through an agreement with Wazdan, the provider has decided to include its entire line of slots content, which totals more than 140 titles, into the QTech Games platform. The agreement stipulates that the studio's top slots and cutting-edge features will be added to the aggregator's product in Asia. Power of Gods: Medusa and Jelly Reels, 9 Lions, Great Book of Magic Deluxe, and Los Muertos are just a few examples of proven popular titles that punters around the world appreciate. The collaboration has been favorably reviewed by the distributor, who claims it will give its ever-changing production line another boost. Wazdan has established a position among iGaming companies, with its finest work being demonstrated and proven. The game provider pays close attention to the creation of games with amazing designs, ensuring that each gaming experience is distinctive.

    Increasing Presence with Leading Brands

    QTech will continue to improve its catalog with premium items from Wazdan, making them available to Asian operator partners in the near future. Since 2020, they established partnerships with leading software providers such as Play’n GO, Spearhead Studios, GamerArt, Lady Luck Games, and other game studios.

    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.”

    More on QTech Games

    QTech was established in 2015 and has its headquarters in Curaçao, where it is licensed by the Gaming Authority of Curaçao. It is one of the most prominent suppliers of games, and its aim is to deliver the world's finest online casino games and distribute them to players around the world. Thanks to its platform, gamers can find the best performing titles for each market and they are always up to date with the latest versions.

    Source: “QTech Games secures more premium content by integrating Wazdan games” European Gaming. January 18, 2021.

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