BetGames.TV Eyes Further Boost Linking With QTech Games

After debuting a link-up with games aggregator QTech Games, Live dealer betting games provider BetGames.TV is eyeing a further boost to its global audience.

As a consequence, the games provider will have its entire portfolio integrated into the QTech Games platform, including titles such as Wheel of Fortune and Baccarat that BetGames. TV claims “have proven popular across a number of demographics and geographies in recent months.”

Ulf Norder, CCO at QTech commented: “We’re delighted to have partnered with BetGames.TV. It continues to push out vibrant, varied and visually stunning games which raise the global bar for live dealer content.

“This integration marks a welcome addition to QTech Games’ premium platform which is leading the way across Asia and various emerging markets, some of which are new to BetGames.TV, and we can’t wait to see how these additions perform in them.”

The content of BetGames.TV is authorised by many jurisdictions, including the UKGC, MGA, Italy and various South African authorities, while Sweden and Colombia have also earned certification.

The company asserts that in driving more global growth, QTech “will become a key partner,” with the distributor holding a large footprint across Asia and different emerging markets.

Richard Hogg, BetGames.TV’s CCO, added: “QTech is a well-respected aggregator with an impressive client base, and we’re looking forward to leveraging its platform to put our live dealer content in front of a much wider audience.

“We strive to work with the best operators and partners around, and QTech certainly fits the bill, having proven its credentials as a great judge of online casino content to both established and emerging markets.”

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