SA Gaming Boosts Global Reach with QTech Games Partnership
QTech Games, a global games distributor, has announced that it has formed a partnership with the live casino supplier SA Gaming. The partnership has seen SA Gaming’s complete portfolio of games integrated into the QTech Games platform and made available to players around the world.
SA Gaming is one of Asia’s leading suppliers and it has been recognized for its work with a number of awards, such as the Best B2B Digital Platform at the SPiCE Awards. It offers a huge collection of live dealer games, ranging from classics such as Baccarat to Indian games such as Andar Bahar and Southeast Asian games such as Pok Deng.
QTech Games’ global network of operator partners can now offer all of these games, ensuring that players have more choice than ever before.
We’re excited to be teaming up with SA Gaming, whose team has managed to build a strong fan-base in Asia and are moving on to conquer previously untapped markets in Europe and LatAm. Wherever you set your scene in this ever-changing landscape, our platform champions a mobile-first mantra, packed with all the best localized games that cater to varied cultural tastes. By way of simple example, if you don’t offer the fish game in China, there’s no chance of becoming successful. And it’s a similar story with the Andar Bahar in India or Pok Deng in Southeast Asia. SA Gaming understand the demand for regional specificity throughout Asia and beyond.
Long went on to say that they are “thrilled” about the partnership that will help them “boost our strong portfolio of partners across untapped territories like India.”
Osman Walker, Chief Strategy Officer at SA Gaming, welcomed the deal saying that it “significantly broadens” the company’s international influence. He added, “Together, we can continue to raise the bar and shape a localized experience for global players amid varied cultures. We can’t wait to witness how these games perform across a range of untapped markets which, in some instances, break new ground for SA Gaming.”