QTech Games Welcomes Onlyplay’s Crash Game Portfolio to Boost Content Footprint

As a result, QTech Games will strengthen the available game library for partner operators by introducing crypto-compatible titles from Onlyplay, which has established a reputation for building robust slot, fast, and crash games, that have been increasingly popular across the entire industry.

Adding Differentiation Through Out-of-the-Box Games

The specific verticals in which Onlyplay has been excelling include slots, instant win games, lotteries, and not least crash games. Among the games players will be able to access through QTech Games are such titles as Hot & Spicy, Lucky Tanks, Limbo Cat, Jack Potter Deluxe, Crystal Cascada, and Fighter, as part of a constantly expanding portfolio.

QTech Games is also happy to see this opportunity realized, as the company wants to consolidate its leadership position as a repository of highly original, thematic, and innovative games, with a strong focus on the Asian iGaming market. Commenting on the latest collaboration, company CCO Daniel Long said that integrating premium content from Onlyplay is best described as a resounding success.

“Together, we will continue to raise the bar and shape a localized experience for global players. We can’t wait to witness how these games perform across a range of untapped markets which, in many cases, represent new territory for Onlyplay,” Long noted.

Onlyplay CEO Christina Muratkina was happy to see this alliance formed between the two companies. She attested to the quality of Onlyplay’s products and how they use an advanced tech stack and compelling visuals to build experiences that are fit for a modern audience.

Mobile friendly and RNG certified the titles provid taya365 ed by Onlyplay are set to take on any market and region and drive engagement and retention for partners. QTech has embarked on similar partnerships over the past months, driving strong differentiation to its portfolio as a result.

QTech Games Continues to Build on Strong Partnerships

Another similar alliance was formed with Galaxsys, a company that equally focuses on creating out-of-the-box experiences that introduce new gameplay mechanics, and notably skill-based gameplay.

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QTech has also made sure to work closely with Turbo Games, a company that is known for its flagship CrashX game, and Rocket X. Turbo Games have been building titles specifically cut for innovative and forward-thinking operators, including those that promote and adopt digital payment solutions, such as cryptocurrencies.

The partnership came on the tail of similar arrangements with Vivo Gaming and Ad Lunam, which saw QTech Games consolidate its reputation as the go-to supplier for games in the Asian iGaming market.