Malta-based content distributor and facilitator OpenBox Gaming has acquired the exclusive rights to more than 200 of Asia’s most successful casino-style games, it has announced.
The products, which include table and traditional board games, slots and Asian Poker, are currently played by more than a million daily users on thousands of sites, and are equally popular in Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Japan.
Thanks to its network, Openbox Gaming is also offering slot studios in Europe the opportunity to showcase their products with the same brands, helping to drawing back the curtain on one of the world’s most lucrative marketplaces.
CEO Richard Hogg commented that he is confident the new company will be equally popular among operators and providers, with a number of tier one suppliers having already approached them to distribute their games in Asia.
He added: “Openbox Gaming is the bridge between Asia and Europe and we have a real opportunity to finally much needed conduit between those two markets.
“Not only have we got access to a huge amount of highly succesful Asian content, we can just as easily reverse the flow to ensure European studios can make the most of their products beyond their traditional markets.
“I have every confidence that the company will be able to meet the aspirations of a whole host of operator and suppliers in the coming months.”
New to the iGaming marketplace but founded by industry veterans, Openbox Gaming has a record of delivering engaging and evocative casino content on multiple continents.
Its Software Development Kit (SDK) gives slot studios instant access to thousands of sites across Asia via one simple, hassle-free integration.
The company is currently applying for licences in the Isle of Man and Malta, and Mr Hogg will be speaking about the exciting opportunities in Asia at a number of industry events in the coming weeks and months.
GREF is a forum for European gaming regulators, serving as a meeting place and exchanges of views between its members
The new service will handle a variety of currencies, with payments being made in over 100 countries around the globe
Olga is tasked with working closely with the company’s existing partner network, as well as landing further agreements with operators in key regulated regions