Betradar's full product portfolio to be integrated by Qtech Games
Asia-based online casino games provider Qtech Games, which purchased a controlling interest in the Swedish video slot developer Snowborn Games AB last month, has now announced an agreement to host all the products of Betradar (an offshoot of Sportradar AG, the sports data/digital content solution provider) on its platform.
In a press release, Qtech stated that its platform would gain “more muscle” through providing the full range of eSports and virtual sports games from Betradar, that would enable it to offer “the widest range of online games to the world's largest continent.”
Qtech's CEO, Jonas Alm, said on Tuesday that “It's rewarding to team up with Betradar, whose brand shares our own values around innovation and integrity. Virtual gaming, eSports and augmented reality represent the next frontier for iGaming and Qtech Games is again leading the way forward in Asia with this breakthrough deal.”
The new deal will also see Qtech, which describes its company as "the fastest growing game distributor in Asia" offering its own games through the Betradar platform.
Betradar's Managing Director for Asia, Michael Maerz, stated that the Qtech platform was "naturally the perfect vehicle"to allow the company to increase its eSport footprint throughout Asia, particularly in terms of mobile offerings.
He went on to say: “Betradar is thrilled to be bringing both our virtual and eSports credentials to the Asian region. The rise of these products is striking. The appetite for eSports, in particular, shows no sign of abating as a broad range of digital media companies look to secure fast [and] accurate data that will allow them to offer in-depth coverage on a daily basis."