QTech Games has partnered with BETER Live, allowing its platform clients to access another multifaceted live-casino catalogue.
This product suite includes traditional games such as Blackjack, Roulette and French Roulette (all available in English, Russian and Ukrainian languages for CIS-facing territories), alongside Andar Bahar, another companion classic for India in Teen Patti, and its latest release — Bet on Teen Patti. Accordingly, these games now all form part of the progressive portfolio made available to QTech Games players.
As the pre-eminent distributor in Asia over the past few years, QTech’s platform offers the most expansive gaming portfolio around, localised for each region, with native mobile apps, powerful reporting and marketing tools, and 24/7 local-language support.
QTech Games CCO, Ulf Norder, said: “It’s another resounding signal for our platform to have integrated more premium content from BETER.
“We’re thrilled about this partnership. They’re a rising-star supplier that offers fast-paced games for fast-growing markets. With their sought-after Andar Bahar and Bet on Teen Patti titles, we’re bound to boost our strong portfolio of partners across untapped territories like India.
“Together, we will continue to raise the bar and shape a localised experience for global players. We can’t wait to witness how these games perform across a range of untapped markets which, in some cases, break new ground for BETER Live.”
Dan Gibas, business development manager at BETER, added: “QTech is a natural habitat for our superior live-dealer content. We are widening our reach across some exciting markets and their industry-leading platform provides a flexible gateway to new markets.
“BETER Live offers a flexible and deeper live-dealer configuration to gaming operators or white-label providers all over the world. Needless to say, entering into this agreement with QTech Games tracks our key strategy to fully leverage our reach, and we look forward to seeing how fresh audiences embrace our content.”
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