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QTech Games, the number-one games distributor across Asia and all growth markets, has continued to build the strong momentum in its premier pipeline, thanks to its latest Asia-facing deal with rising star supplier, Spribe, widely renowned for its best-in-breed “crash” franchise.
Pride of place among the games made available to QTech partners via the deal goes to Spribe’s latest smash hit, Aviator.
Aviator is a breakthrough social multiplayer game consisting of an increasing curve that can “crash” at any time. When a round begins, a scale of multiplier starts growing and players must “cashout” before the plane flies away. Originating in the video-gaming industry, this format has become increasingly popular in digital and crypto casinos, due to its simplicity and exciting user experience. These games combine components of video games and social media with “smart” gamification features, making for a deeper, more immersive journey. This has seen Spribe become one of the most in-demand studios since launching in 2018.
As a result, integrating this content from one of the most innovative and creative online casino game developers adds more muscle to QTech Games’ thriving platform, which is bringing the widest range of online games to emerging territories with established names, such as Evolution and Yggdrasil, flanking the sector’s most exciting up-and-coming providers.
Spribe’s game client has been optimised for mobile, the central focus of QTech’s RNG model, which is founded on its fully-owned and customised technical platform, affording games providers and operators the fastest integration available. Through this leading platform, which has sealed its definitive status as a global gaming one-stop shop, known as QTech ONE™, clients enjoy the best performance and customer support available, localised to every region across both emerging and more mature markets.
Over the past year, Spribe has secured sought-after licences from the Gambling Commission and the Malta Gaming Authority, alongside a Romanian Class 2 License, allowing it to enter more markets than ever before. This agreement with QTech specifically broadens Spribe’s international footprint in Asia, unlocking multiple untapped jurisdictions in a fragmented arena.
Ulf Norder, CCO QTech Games, said: “We remain dedicated to rolling out high-quality content that drives revenue for our partners. Therefore, this deal with Spribe extends our impressive sequential pipeline for 2022. In today’s marketplace, only premium games of the highest standard separate you from the crowd, so we’re delighted to see how Spribe has fulfilled this demand, above all with its engaging crash games like Aviator. This comprises stunning video-game visuals, coupled to the latest maths models for improved gameplay and varying volatility where required. They are one of the pioneers in introducing this fresh format to regular online and crypto casinos.”
Shalva Bukia, Head of Product at Spribe, added: “We’re reinvigorating the slots space with new kinds of social multiplayer games. Teaming up with QTech represents a fantastic opportunity to bolster our product distribution across emerging markets in Asia and deliver our great games to a range of top-tier partners. We can’t wait to see how they connect with new audiences and plan to expand this partnership over the year ahead.”