A little over a month after buying a controlling stake in Swedish video slot developer Snowborn Games AB, Asian online casino games distributor QTech Games has signed a deal that is to see its platform integrate the full product portfolio from the Betradar subsidiary of sports data and digital content solutions and services innovator Sportradar AG.

QTech Games declared via an official press release that the agreement will involve all of Betradar’s eSports and virtual sports offerings as well as a full data suite and lead to its platform featuring ‘more muscle’ as it endeavors to deliver ‘the widest range of online games to the world’s largest continent’.

“It’s rewarding to team up with Betradar, whose brand shares our own values around innovation and integrity,” read a Tuesday statement from Jonas Alm, Chief Executive Officer for QTech Games. “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 break-through deal.”

QTech Games described itself as ‘the fastest growing game distributor in Asia’ while also stating that the new arrangement is to see its own titles offered through Betradar’s platform.

For his part, Michael Maerz, Asia Managing Director for Betradar, proclaimed that the platform from QTech Games is ‘naturally the perfect vehicle’ to help his firm to expand its eSports presence across Asia and especially via the mobile vertical.

“Betradar is thrilled to be bringing both our virtual and eSports credentials to the Asian region,” read a statement from Maerz. “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.”