One Touch, a renowned mobile games developer signed a content deal with QTech Games, hoping to expand its influence in Asia. Their arsenal of mobile-first slots and classic table games will become a regular thing for Asian operators.
Ollie Castleman, Marketing Head of OneTouch stated:
“It’s been a busy few months for the whole OneTouch team and we can’t wait to see our top-quality content reach more players with help from QTech Games. They are experts when it comes to distribution within the region and their experience and contacts will help us grow OneTouch as a brand. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership together.”
“We are constantly looking to add to our range of offerings and with mobile gaming booming, agreeing a deal with OneTouch was an obvious decision for us. Their offering is truly mobile-first and their varied portfolio, which includes classic table games and slots, is sure to prove popular with both operators and players alike across our markets,” Markus Nasholm, Global CEO at QTech Games said.
QTech released the QT Tournament tool some time age. It’s an industry-first platform that allows the operators to develop their own tournaments across the entire QTech portfolio of products and to promote various games.