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Internet gaming group Nektan has announced that they've entered the Asian gaming market, as they've signed a deal with platform company Tyche.
The company's platform contains games from Nektan itself as well as from Booongo, Realistic Games, and others. Nektan is working with Tyche Digital Malta Limited, who is also a platform group. Tyche distributes its platform to various gaming sites around the world, but focuses primarily on the Asian market.
Commenting on the deal Nektan CEO Gary Shaw said, "Our platform is now live across Europe, Asia and the US. We are seeing strong commercial traction with Tyche in its core Asian markets. We are pleased with the level of commercial engagement so far and look forward to delivering on the significant pipeline of opportunities that Tyche is developing and gradually ramping up revenue generation through 2018 and beyond."
Tyche CTO Vyacheslav Grzhybovsky added: "We've been delighted with the speed and efficiency of Nektan's team and platform to deliver the content and technical requirements needed to move forward and further grow in Asia. We are now delivering against a number of signed contracts with the prospect of more partner deals over the course of the year."