QTech Launches New Game Engine

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Gaming group QTech has announced that they've launched a new game engine that uses technology that will make it feel like Netflix or Spotify in terms of recommending games.

The platform will use exclusive algorithms to recommend games to punters, including slots that can be sorted by features, content, and playability. The platform has the ability to be integrated with other game developers.

Speaking about the launch QTech CEO Jonas Alm said, "Mobile growth in Asian gaming is outstripping even our wildest expectations, so it's sometimes easy for both players and operators to feel overwhelmed by the scale of choice and competition among countless game releases. QT Play is the weapon operators need in their armoury for players to quickly access and refine the games they love, simultaneously benefitting from the like-minded suggestions made by its intuitive code."

"Spotify revolutionised the music industry in this domain, and we have similar hopes for QT Play. Its automated-curation solution ensures that players always find their favourite games, without ever missing out on an appropriate new release."

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31 January 2018 - 11:30am

To be honest don't know much about QTech products but that new game engine would make life a lot easier for the punters I could imagine because it could be quite tough in today's 'slot jungle' to quickly find the games you're interested in and from that perspective should be a quite useful feature I believe.