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Nolimit city enters Asia via QTech deal

Thursday, 16 February 2017 06:58

Online casino platform and game developer Nolimit city has entered the Asian market for the first time via a deal to provide content distributor QTech Games with its high definition slots.

The deal will see QTech’s partners gain access to mobile-optimized games such as Oktoberfest, Space Arcade, and Creepy Carnival, with a raft of additional titles set for release over the course of the year.

Nolimit city’s games are developed in HTML5 and offer bold graphics, immersive sound and engaging math and gameplay. Packed with features and bonuses, they run seamlessly across both desktop and mobile devices.

Jonas Alm, CEO of QTech Games, said, “We are thrilled to have joined forces with Nolimit city. They have a very experienced team with a deep knowledge of the casino industry, which is reflected in their awesome games.

“The online casino sector is on track to continue its phenomenal growth in 2017, so we are happy to be riding the wave with a partner as impressive as Nolimit city.”

Nolimit city is one of the newest suppliers in the sector, but its rapid growth has seen it double its number of employees and move into larger offices in Stockholm in recent months.

The supplier’s games are offered via its own technology platform to ensure seamless integration with online casino operators around the world.

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