NuxGame, an experienced gaming and betting software provider, on Tuesday announced a major partnership with established online games distributor, QTech Games.
The deal will see NuxGame’s products and gaming content integrated “seamlessly” to QTech’s customised technical platform, providing its users with access to the games of more than 80 prominent iGaming development studios, the two companies said in a joint statement.
QTech Games is a leading distributor in Asia that specialises in delivering high-quality, mobile-first games to its impressive network of operator partners, across a multitude of markets. “Through its platform, clients can enjoy a seamless user experience and superior customer support services.”
The deal marks further expansion for NuxGame in emerging markets, having recently entered a partnership with CRM automation platform Smartico.ai, as the experienced solutions provider continues its impressive trajectory of commercial growth.
Bar Konson, head of sales at NuxGame, said: “We are thrilled with the opportunity to collaborate with QTech Games, whose platform is known to be filled with some of the best games from the industry’s leading suppliers.
“The distributor is well versed in Asia and other emerging markets, making them an ideal partner for us to team up and cooperate with.
Ulf Norder, CCO at QTech Games, said: “Teaming up with NuxGame in a great opportunity for us to strengthen our platform with first-rate products from leading studios around the world.
“We can’t wait to see how our players respond to the new games and experiences and look forward to seeing how this partnership materialises in the months ahead.
NuxGame provides client-orientated solutions to numerous market-leading operators through its turnkey, sport engine, website API, retail and legal services, delivering flexibility and a personalised approach at low costs.
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