QTech Games has rolled-out its latest commercial tie-up, with Spribe, which lauds the agreement as a “fantastic opportunity,” signing-up with the Asia-facing games distributor.
Under the terms of the agreement, the online casino developer will make its range of titles available to the group’s operator partners, with QTech stating that “pride of place” among the portfolio is Spribe’s Aviator crash game.
“We remain dedicated to rolling out high-quality content that drives revenue for our partners. Therefore, this deal with Spribe extends our impressive sequential pipeline for 2022,” explained Ulf Norder, CCO QTech Games.
“In today’s marketplace, only premium games of the highest standard separate you from the crowd, so we’re delighted to see how Spribe has fulfilled this demand, above all with its engaging crash games like Aviator.
“This comprises stunning video-game visuals, coupled to the latest math models for improved gameplay and varying volatility where required. They are one of the pioneers in introducing this fresh format to regular online and crypto casinos.”
The latest integration adds further depth to the burgeoning QTech platform, which is delivering a range of games from an array of providers, such as Evolution, Yggdrasil and more, to emerging territories.
Over the past year, Spribe, which has praised the alliance as delivering added depth across Asia, has secured approval from the UK Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority, alongside gaining a Romanian class two license, allowing it to enter an array of markets than ever before.
Shalva Bukia, head of product at Spribe, added: “We’re reinvigorating the slots space with new kinds of social multiplayer games. Teaming up with QTech represents a fantastic opportunity to bolster our product distribution across emerging markets in Asia and deliver our great games to a range of top-tier partners.
“We can’t wait to see how they connect with new audiences and plan to expand this partnership over the year ahead.”