The Armenian studio and developer of iGaming content have teamed up with QTech Games to bolster its distribution capacities in Asian markets. QTech is a platform with a very strong presence in those specific regions, having been delivering advanced platform solutions for gaming brands in the geolocations for years.
Galaxsys Poised to Conquer New Regions
Now, Galaxsys will have the opportunity to leverage its portfolio of Skill Games and Fast Games and make sure that it is also better represented, connecting with new audiences, striking new operator partnerships, and generally continuing to grow and expand.
Galaxsys and QTech are poised to benefit nicely from the partnership as both companies are keen on localizing their products and bringing local players the best possible experience through tailored and native content.
Commenting on this opportunity, Galaxsys SVP of sales and business Gil Soffer said that he was excited to see QTech Games become a leading distributor partner for the company in Asia:
Our shared commitment to innovation, player engagement, and providing the best possible gaming experience will make this a mutually beneficial partnership.
Galaxsys SVP of sales and business Gil Soffer
QTech Games CCO Daniel Long was similarly pleased to be adding to his company’s momentum in the highly-dynamic and important Asian market. He noted that introducing content from Galaxsys put QTech in a very strong position to continue providing some of the highest quality games across the board, and spoke highly of particular games.
“So, we’re thrilled to see how Galaxsys has delivered on this challenge, above all with its engaging crash games like the stunning Rocketon,” Long concluded. Presently, Galaxsys is still a fairly small provider of games, with the company running some 18 titles in total, which is not much.
Unmatched Quality of Games by Galaxsys
However, Galaxsys is laser-focused on innovation, which has seen it produce outstanding games such as Crash and Hexagon across the board. Long touted the particular effort that has gone into creating these games. He said that there was a “video game” quality to each and every one of them, making them truly stand out.
Everything – from the return to players to the volatility of the game was tailored and adjusted to bring the highest dividends to partner operators and players. Long was also excited about how Galaxsys’ games would perform in the market and what will follow next.
He similarly said that he was excited to help Galaxsys enter new territories and sign partnerships with new operators. Previously, Galaxsys announced a distribution partnership with Pariplay, with the company determined to continue scaling its offer.