Philippines based games distributor, QTech Games, has partnered with games reseller, Epic Media, in an effort to further strengthen its platform’s position for delivering its iGaming content to market across budding territories.

Under the terms of the agreement, the reseller will gain access to all of the components of the Asian distributor’s comprehensive offering, from table games and slots to virtual sports, instant win and live casino games, according to a recent press release.

Proven track record:

Epic Media is led by former director of development for Yggdrasil and Evolution Gaming, Ulf Norder, along with Staffan Lindgren, a co-founder of NYX Gaming Group, which combined with SG Interactive to become SG Digital, when acquired by Scientific Games. Both are experienced in the gambling industry.

Commenting on the recent “milestone merger,” Chairman of the Board for QTech Games, Markus Nasholm, said in a Tuesday news release

“To have two of the most successful people in the gambling join QTech Games is a ringing endorsement of all our team’s hard work in recent years.

Invaluable partnership:

“It’s been another year of sustained growth at QTech, and their partnership will prove invaluable as we grow further and faster in more international markets. It’s also a real validation that QTech adopted the correct strategy from the outset with our ‘two cornerstones’ model.

“Firstly, beyond the fantastic games, fully owning the technology sets QTech apart, which enables us to offer a number of flexible features which no competitor can rival. And secondly, outside of Asia, we’ve secured strongholds in virtually all the margin markets, demonstrating organic growth across channel and border.”

Strategic Adviser to the Board, Lindgren, added…

“I’ve been active in Asia for a long time but this is the ideal time to consolidate my hard-won experience in a more structured way with QTech Games.

Unique market position:

“QTech is clearly the leader in Asia, and other key growth territories are quickly falling in line. Their propriety technology means they’re the only aggregator that is not just delivering fantastic games but also adding engaging features, which make QTech’s position in the market unique.”

Also commenting on the new endeavor, Vice President and Director of Sales, Norder, added…

“For me, having previously been more active in Europe’s ‘margin markets’, this role is a perfect opportunity.

“QTech Games is the only company that has been active in all such markets. Indeed, they’re not just an Asian aggregator but are also attracting clients from all over the world. Latin America, Eastern Europe and they’re already in position to stake a firm claim in the Indian market, stealing a march on the competition.”

Thunderkick tie-up:

The current merger is on the heels of the Makati-headquartered company’s announcement of its new tournament partnership with leading Stockholm-based games supplier, Thunderkick.