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Fantasma Games adds more muscle to QTech Games’ premier platform

Zoltan Tundik



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Asia’s No.1 distributor further enhances its high-quality offering with prized portfolio from NASDAQ First North-listed studio

QTech Games, the number-one games distributor across Asia and all emerging markets, has announced its latest high-quality supplier alliance with Stockholm-based studio, Fantasma Games.

Under the terms of the agreement, Fantasma Games’ full content suite of next generation slots is now available to QTech Games clients and their players.

Fantasma Games has created some of the more memorable titles on the market, like the recently launched ELEMENTO or the popular Heroes Hunt (Megaways™) and Maze Escape (Megaways™), pushing the boundaries of slots creativity and volatility with the latest graphics and maths models that propel the player experience into the modern world.

This ever-evolving production line underscores QTech Games’ diverse domain of gaming verticals, providing a comprehensive one-stop shop, QTech ONE™, which has fast-become the “go-to” solution for worldwide operators across developing territories.

The agreement also widens Fantasma Games’ global influence, opening up margin markets from Asia and Eastern Europe to Latin America, and driving new revenues. QTech’s partners will now benefit from Fantasma’s signature “slots beyond gambling” ethos, improving player engagement for reliable retention in an increasingly competitive space.

As the fastest-growing distributor in Asia over the past few years, QTech’s platform offers the broadest 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: “We’re delighted to have teamed up with our long-standing friends at Fantasma Games, whose visually stunning and varied games always deliver. Our modus operandi is to continue adding premium content to QTech’s premier platform, coupled to our market-leading tech which accelerates growth. As a result, this timely collaboration provides another compelling case in point.

“We look forward to seeing how their games perform across a range of regions which, in certain instances, break new ground for them. QTech Games’ propriety technology means we’re the only aggregator that is not just delivering fantastic games but also updating engaging in-game features and tools which are constantly being upgraded and refined. It’s helped us carve out a unique position in the aggregation space at a time when many others are struggling to adapt and positively delineate themselves in the changing landscape.”

Fredrik Johansson, founder and Commercial Director of Fantasma Games AB (Publ.), said: “We’ve been reinvigorating the slots space with deeper gaming experiences for a while. Teaming up with QTech represents a great chance to widen our product distribution across emerging territories and deliver our fantastic content to a range of top-tier partners. Entering into this agreement is in line with our core strategy to maximize our reach. We can’t wait to see how our games will be received by new audiences. Exiting times ahead!”

Earlier this year, QTech Games broke further ground as the leading distributor across emerging markets with the launch of an industry-first, cross-supplier rewards feature, Network Progressive Jackpot, unpacking a cutting-edge acquisition and retention toolbox for its global partners.


Casinos in Goa to Remain Closed Until May 10

Niji Narayan



Casinos in Goa to Remain Closed Until May 10
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Goa’s state government has extended the lockdown measures for another seven days, from May 3 to 10, as part of efforts to halt a massive outbreak of COVID-19 currently sweeping the country.

The extended lockdown follows an initial four-day lockdown announced last week which saw all non-essential services including casinos, hotels, bars, restaurants and tourism facilities ordered closed.

Under revised conditions in place for the next seven days, those same businesses must remain closed while shops selling food must shorten their hours of operation from 15 hours a day to 12.

An order issued by the North Goa District Magistrate said, “A surge in COVID-19 cases is being witnessed in Goa and other parts of the country, and the situation might further aggravate due to public gatherings and active interactions among high positivity rate.”

Before going into lockdown last week, the Goa government had imposed a night curfew from 10 pm to 6 am with casinos, restaurants, bars and cinemas allowed to operate at 50% capacity during opening hours.

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NSUSLAB Korea Awarded ISO 27001 For Online Gaming Platform

George Miller



NSUSLAB Korea Receives ISO 27001 Certification For Online Gaming Software Press Release
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Software used by online poker giant GGPoker certified as securely managing information assets

NSUSLAB Korea, a leading developer of online gaming software, announces today that it has received an International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 27001 certification for its online gaming platform.

ISO 27001 is an international standard recognized globally for managing risks to the security of information held by an organization, and provides a set of standardized requirements for an Information Security Management System (ISMS).

NSUSLAB Korea’s software powers the world-renowned GGPoker poker room, which hosts hundreds of thousands of players and games each week. GGPoker operates in a number of regulated markets, and holds United Kingdom Gambling Commission and Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission licenses amongst others.

“NSUSLAB is proud to have secured this ISO 27001 certification, as we have always placed information security at the forefront of our efforts,” said Daniel Lim, CEO of NSUSLAB Korea. “We hope that the news further assures GGPoker, its players, partners and regulators of our commitment to maintaining the security of their information.”

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Kwalee projects £20 million investment in India following success of Bangalore studio

George Miller



Kwalee projects £20 million investment in India following success of Bangalore studio
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UK-based game developer and publisher continuing to build in Bangalore as India becomes Kwalee’s biggest country by downloads with around 5 million monthly active players

Kwalee, a renowned developer and publisher of video games for all platforms, has projected a $30 million investment in its India operations over the next five years.

The Leamington Spa-headquartered firm announced its intention to make Bangalore the home of its first overseas studio back in May 2020, initially building the team on a remote basis due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

With the physical Bangalore studio now established in one of the city’s vibrant technology parks, Kwalee Bangalore already employs around 50 talented staff and is planning significant expansion with around 80 current vacancies in India across all disciplines and 25 new vacancies in the UK.

Team members in India have already contributed to the development of games such as Blade Forge 3D (20 million+ downloads), Teacher Simulator (25 million+) and Let’s Be Cops 3D (21 million+). Kwalee Bangalore team members have also been involved in updating classic titles like Draw It (90 million+ downloads) and have played a prominent role in many other exciting games that are close to launching worldwide.

But as well as India having an increasingly significant part to play in the development of Kwalee’s titles, the publisher currently sees more downloads of its mobile games in India than in any other country. With well over 600 million total downloads worldwide, including downloads in every country on earth, that amounts to a massive player base in India.

Kwalee is headquartered in Leamington Spa and was founded by games industry legend David Darling CBE, who previously co-founded Codemasters in 1986 and paved the way for the midlands gaming hub now known as ‘Silicon Spa’. With Kwalee having made its name with ‘hypercasual’ mobile games, which are known for their mass appeal and accessibility, the firm now also publishes games on PC and console platforms.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said, “I’m delighted that Kwalee is expanding into India to make the most of the opportunities for UK businesses in one of the world’s biggest economies. Our exporters are brilliant ambassadors for Britain and I hope today’s announcement is just the start of what you can do for India and the UK.”

“It’s incredible to see the brilliant team we have managed to build in Bangalore, in such a short space of time,” said David Darling CBE, CEO and founder of Kwalee. “The vision from the start was for our teams in the UK and India to collaborate as though they were one studio, and even under difficult circumstances we’ve seen the fruits of that with great games and a fundamental contribution from our colleagues in Bangalore.”

“Our projected investment in Kwalee Bangalore over the next five years shows our commitment to continue building this amazing team and to maintain our rapid growth as we build a global team to make global hits. We’re so proud of what’s already been achieved in a disrupted year and we can’t wait to build on this platform.”

Kwalee’s most recent release, Makeover Studio 3D, has surpassed 2.5 million downloads in a matter of weeks and was recently a top-3 game on the App Store in the USA, UK and Canada.

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