Digital entertainment distributor QTech Games has inked a content integration deal with online casino games developer Fugaso, with the tie-up helping to “sustain the strong momentum in its premium pipeline.”
Under the agreement, QTech’s partners will gain access to the Cyprus-based studio‘s hit Epicways video slot series, which includes Trump It deluxe and The Mummy Win Hunters, as well as its latest, The Sword & The Magic, release, and a range of classic fruit-themed titles popular with players.
According to the press release, integrating content from Fugaso “adds more creative muscle” to the aggregator‘s flourishing platform, which brings the most diverse range of online games to established iGaming software providers, such as Yggdrasil and Evolution, as well as up-and-comers.
Commenting on the collaboration, Ulf Norder, Chief Commercial Officer for QTech Games, said they are “committed to rolling out high-quality content that drives revenue” for their partners, subsequently, the deal with Fugaso extends their “relentless pipeline” to date.
“In today’s marketplace, only premium games of the highest standard separate you from the crowd, so we’re delighted to see how Fugaso has delivered on this demand. That entails stunning graphics, coupled to the latest maths models for improved gameplay and high-variance volatility where required.”
Founded in 2016, Fugaso creates unique game experiences, with diverse game mechanics, high-quality graphics, advanced maths and original narratives, making the developer an attractive proposition for players and partners.
The deal with QTech naturally broadens the game developer’s global footprint, giving it access to untapped jurisdictions from Asia to Eastern Europe and Latin America.
“We’ve been reigniting the slots space with deeper gaming experiences ever since bursting onto the scene in 2016. Teaming up with QTech constitutes a great opportunity to strengthen our product distribution across emerging territories and brings our novel content to a panoply of potential partners. We look forward to seeing how these games now perform with new players and plan to expand this partnership in the months ahead,” read a statement from Robert Metzger, Head of Business Development for Fugaso.
Metzger explains that all of their online games are available in 20 languages and are able to be adapted for even more languages via any device, currency, or cryptocurrency, while their portfolio of 30-plus games has been subject to “the most stringent remote-gaming technical standards” of the UK’s Gambling Commission (UKGC), as well as the Maltese Gaming Authority (MGA).
The Limassol-headquartered developer’s game client is mobile-optimized, which is what QTech’s random number generator (RNG) model is focused on, with the latter founded on its in-house technical platform, which affords operators and games providers the quickest available integration.