Dgx Asian-themed Games Destined For Mediatech Platform

DGX ASIAN-THEMED GAMES DESTINED FOR MEDIATECH PLATFORM

30th January, 2017 at 09:34:46
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Philippine developer secures a wider audience.

Omni-channel gaming platform provider Mediatech Solutions has agreed a deal to integrate games from Philippine-based developer Digital Graphix Hub Technologies (DGx Hub) into its content portfolio.

Under the deal, Mediatech's operator partners will gain access to the supplier's full suite of 2D and 3D slots, which include titles such as Dragon Master, Tiki Quest and Ninjizzu. The games offer stunning visuals and exciting gameplay.

The partnership strengthens Mediatech's existing content offering, which already includes titles from major suppliers such as NetEnt, Microgaming, NYX, Playson, Habanero, Kiron Interactive and Golden Race among others.

Tom Moester, head of Asia-Pacific at Mediatech Solutions, said: "We are thrilled to bring even more Asian-themed content to our partners via this deal with DGx Hub. Their games are vibrant and bold, and allow operators to offer their players something different."

Andy Kim, business development manager at DGx Hub, said: "This is a significant deal for us as it puts our games in front of operators and players in markets all over the world, both established and emerging."

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