Top gaming distributor of Asia, QTech Games, has announced a new tournament partnership with Thunderkick, an innovative gaming supplier based in Stockholm. The quality content of Thunderkick is already popular among players with such releases as Carinval Queen and Sword of Khans now offered to partners of QTech via an upcoming tournament scheduled for this February.
The QT Thunderkick Championship will take place from February 6th to the 26th, launched via QTech partners. The Championship is free to play via any Thunderkick games in real money mode. The top twenty players from each day of the tournament will be given a cash prize.
Players must fulfill the bet conditions within participating games to qualify. Additional prizes will be given to the top 20 players from the entire tournament.
Players will be able to turn spins from Thunderkick games into points via a variety of accumulator categories. From large multiplier wins to successive losses or consecutive wins, there are many ways to earn points. The tournament also includes a gamification layer where live leaderboards will be offered for each game and update in real time.
Players can use the boards to keep track of their progress. In total, the online casino tournament will offer $15,000 in prize money. With the leaderboards, players can see just how close they are to snagging a prize each day of the event!
According to a recent press release…
QTech Games CEO, Markus Nasholm, commented on event by stating that QTech takes great pride in staying ahead of player trends, which is why they launched the QT Tournament in 2019. According to Nasholm, with the campaign rewards tool, operators can create their own tournaments across the portfolio of products or select specific games or studios to promote.
Attending ICE London:
While QTech is preparing for the upcoming tournament, the company is also busy getting ready to attend ICE London next month. The Excel London will play host the event from February 4th to the 6th. The conference will include panels with experts from across the gaming industry as well as networking opportunities and product and software displays.