Kalamba Games Partners QTech Games for Asian Expansion
Online casino content supplier Kalamba Games has teamed up with QTech Games in a partnership that saw the former integrate its Remote Gaming Server with the latter.
This latest partnership announced by Kalamba has enabled the provider to enhance its market presence in Asia and emerging markets as part of its strategy to constantly grow its footprint.
QTech specializes in the distribution of casino-style online gaming content across Asian markets where digital gambling has been particularly popular in recent years. Through its in-house platform the company suppliers its network of operator partners with diverse titles via a quick integration.
QTech recently announced its merger with Epic Media, a games reseller that is led by a duo of online gambling industry experts. The deal is set to bolster the position of the content distributor’s platform at the forefront of delivering high-quality online casino games across emerging markets.
QTech’s platform now includes online casino games from Kalamba. With an office in Malta and a development studio in Krakow, Poland, Kalamba produces and supplies content to both real money and social casino operators.
Aside from a number of Asian markets, the content supplier will also be able to expand its footprint in CIS and Latin American markets where QTech boasts solid presence.
Through its latest partnership, Kalamba has made another important step toward further developing its Remote Gaming Server, which is anticipated to be fully launched later this year.
The Ideal Partner
Commenting on teaming up with QTech, Kalamba Head of Sales and Account Management Tamas Kusztos said that their new partner is “a market leader in the Asian market and the ideal partner for us as we look to establish ourselves in the region.”
Mr. Kusztos went on that the team behind QTech “has been really great to work with” and that they are pleased “to be continuing to make positive steps despite current global difficulties.”
QTech CCO Ulf Norder praised Kalamba, saying that it is one of “the most exciting slots developers around with innovative mechanics and features that are very suited for the Asian player.”
Mr. Norder also noted that Kalamba’s Remote Gaming Server is a great addition to their already exciting offering.
QTech’s platform offers various marketing tools, including tournaments and rewards promotions, as well as back-end support such as reporting and responsible gaming tools, and a pretty unique games lobby.
Last month, Kalamba announced that it has partnered up casino games and content aggregator supplier Spinomenal. The deal saw Spinomenal integrate its games portfolio to Kalamba’s Remote Gaming Server product as demand for cross-platform online casino offering has been on the rise.
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