There are several new online gaming studios coming up every few months. Thanks to the growing popularity of the online gaming industry, game publishers now have plenty of profitable work. Ten or 20 years ago gambling was the sole domain of land-based casinos. But with everything going digital gambling is not far behind. There are people who would like a taste of gambling but do not have ready access to a land-based casino. For these people online casinos are the perfect option. New gaming software developers also have a lucrative industry to thrive on.
One such new game developer is D Tech, with specialization in Asian themed games. Although new in the business the independent studio has been making a name for itself with its innovative themes and features. Because it mainly specializes in Asian themed games the name of its new exciting release is called The Year of the Dog and it's in partnership with Leander Games.
Both of these companies are independent gaming studios. Leander Games is a gaming company that delivers innovative content to the market faster than other platforms. Accredited and licensed by both the UK Gambling Commission and the Alderney Gaming Control Commission, Leander Games has the Security Audit ISO 27001 and is available in over 30 languages and 4217 currencies.
On the other hand, D Tech is committed to creating custom games built to cater to the unique demands of Asian players. Based in Hong Kong, the company has local teams that can feel the pulse of Asian players, as well as an international management team that has a solid industry backing with an agreement with one of the largest gambling companies in the world. D Tech creates their games using mathematical models and original content for third party clients for both online and land-based casinos. With this new partnership, all D-Tech’s games will be available on all of Leander’s Operators.
Harmen Brenninkmeijer D-Tech's CEO said that the company is excited to sign this partnership and distribute games on the Leander platform. He added that D-Tech has been created with the objective to build games for Asian players around the world. With the team of designers and artists in Hong Kong, the company has a never ending supply of engaging gaming content for partners and clients interested in Asian themed games. After the Year of the Dog, D Tech plans to release more games on Leader's network.
Steven Matsell, CEO of Leander Games, has said that they were interested in the partnership because Asian-themed games are popular around the world, and have become popular in recent years in Europe. There couldn't be a better time to cash in on this trend.