QTech Games and Yggdrasil Team up for Expansion into New Markets

April 5th, 2020
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One of the leading distributors of casino products in Asia, QTech Games, is extending its long line of partnerships with Yggdrasil Gaming, a well-established iGaming solutions brand, founded in 2013.

By signing a high-profile deal with an internationally acclaimed commercial platform for slots and table games, Asia’s foremost provider will integrate award-winning content and make it available for numerous clients and players. The company will also further diversify its pioneering platform and continue bringing only the best offerings across emerging markets.

QTech Games has already gained access to more than 36 gaming suites, including the ones from Blueprint, Booongo, ELK, EvoPlay, Hacksaw, Lightning Box, Nolimit City, Quickspin and other premium suppliers.

Promotional Tools as Part of the Package

According to the report, Yggdrasil’s portfolio of 70+ games is not the only aspect of this arrangement. Apart from integrating the studio’s latest releases The Royal Family, All Star Knockout, Pirates: Smugglers Paradise and recently announced Multifly! the platform will be bolstered with a comprehensive set of promotional tools, BRAG and BOOST.

Classic hits and top-notch titles that marked the previous year and earlier days of development such as Vikings Go Berzerk, Valley of the Gods and Jungle Books will not be left out, confirms QTech.

In contrast, the agreement with Asia’s tech company will also expand Yggdrasil’s global footprint and boast its progress into new emerging territories. Likewise, the leading Cherry AB subsidiary will also improve retention rates and accelerate growth, as QTech’s platform is localized for each region and supports native mobile apps.

One-Stop Shop for Worldwide Operators

The iGaming company from Asia doesn’t hide its delight for partnering with one of the leading Swedish software studios, as its portfolio “never needs any hype”. As stated by Markus Nasholm, chief executive at QTech, the provider has exceeded everyone’s expectations long time ago, allowing the company’s platform to borrow some of that juice by integrating the finest software on the planet. Nasholm adds:

“Their ability to initiate in-game tournaments, coupled with spontaneous cash-drops, embraces QTech’s shared emphasis on high-end tech creating a superior gaming experience. Together, we can even introduce quest-like missions, providing players with live leaderboards that fuel the battle for social-channel bragging rights so that they can share the fun and drive online dwell-time for any of our partners. Small wonder, then, that Yggdrasil’s games are already proving popular with our clients’ players across many varied markets.”

The CEO is also looking forward to seeing the results of this partnership in the upcoming period, as developing gaming spaces with a higher demand for localized content requires active involvement in cultural trends and player preferences, something that the developer has mastered and brought to perfection.

In previous weeks, the Asian gaming platform also reached a content aggregation deal with Kalamba Games and OneTouch, a rapidly growing casino game development studio incorporated in the Isle of Man.

Back in February, a privately-held global digital marketing solutions company, Epic Media Group has announced a merger with QTech Games, a milestone business deal that would benefit both businesses long-term.


“QTech Games enhances its premium content offering with Yggdrasil”, europeangaming.eu, April 6, 2020.

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