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Sweden – QTech Games announces tournament partnership with Thunderkick

By - 22 January 2020

QTech Games has announced the rollout of its next tournament partnership with Stockholm-based games supplier, Thunderkick.

Thunderkick’s portfolio of games, featuring Pink Elephants, Carnival Queen, Divine Lotus and Sword Of Khans are now available to QTech partners over the upcoming tournament which runs from 6-26 February in an exclusive association with Thunderkick.

The QT Thunderkick Championship is free to join by playing any Thunderkick game in real mode, with the top 20 players every day receiving cash prizes, having qualified by fulfilling clear and responsible bet conditions within participating games. The top 20 players in the overall tournament championship will then also win additional rewards.

QTech Games CEO, Markus Nasholm, commented: “At QTech, we pride ourselves on staying ahead of pressing player trends, which is why we launched QT Tournament last year. This industry-first campaign rewards tool allows any operator to create their own tournaments across the entire QTech portfolio of products, or they can simply select the specific games or studios which they want to promote. Operator demand is surpassing projections, and this exciting Thunderkick partnership provides another eloquent case in point. It’s an exciting time to be showcasing their standout games.

QTech’s series of tournaments offers players the chance to turn their loyal spins into prizes during competitions on across their favourite titles. Players accumulate points in a variety of ways, such as consecutive wins, successive losses, or large multiplier wins. A gamification layer also features live leaderboards for each game, which update in real-time, permitting players to track their progress throughout the tournament, promoting engagement and improved dwell-time.

February’s tournament prize pool is $15,000, while operator results from QTech’s previous tournaments’ history are already acting as reliable retention-drivers, with unique-player numbers escalating by an average of 40% across the campaign period.

Mr. Nasholm added: “QTech’s tournament campaigns frame the perfect opportunity for providers to boost their games by delivering extra exposure and sustainability. On the other hand, it’s also an influential marketing tool for operators when it comes to raising acquisition and retention rates by offering players a life-enhancing win of low stakes.”

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