D-Tech Signs Deal with Leander Games and Releases Year of the Dog

One and a half year ago D-Tech launched with the aim of providing a new line of localised games. And now, they finally release their first one! According to the Hong Kong-based company, the push to deliver this month release is in-line with their 2019 agenda. And from the looks of things, they seem right on track with their newest hit, Year of the Dog. Not to mention, this all comes after signing a new partnership deal with Leander Games.

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Without a doubt, D-Tech’s development of custom-built, high-quality games will satisfy the demands of players and operators worldwide. With this in mind, you’ll now have an opportunity to try out their games first hand! Indeed, a content deal with Leander Games is in stone. So, D-Tech’s games will become available to Leander’s partners.

According to D-Tech’s CEO Harmen Brenninkmeijer, “We’re happy to sign this agreement to build and distribute our games through Leander’s platform”. Asian-themed games are becoming more popular around the world with each passing day. In fact, there’s a huge surge of interest for these particular types of games. And D-Tech is clearly responding to the demands!

D-Tech Signs Deal with Leander Games and Releases Year of the DogLeander’s Confidence in D-Tech Speaks Volume

Leander’s CEO Steven Matsell expressed great excitement in working with the dynamic, and innovative company. And because of the trust he has in the team, he’s confident that their games are going to be a huge success. Also, Matsell pointed out that D-Tech’s offer a unique, localised feel to their games, which means that players and operators are going to love their content. With that said, this looks to only be the beginning of a fruitful partnership!

Indeed, The Year of the Dog is the first game to launch by D-Tech in collaboration with Leander in Europe. And according to their website, D-Tech has many other cool games like Four Beauties, Lucky Money Cat, Dragon Pearl, and The Great Archer in their portfolio. Who knows maybe these slots will land in the UK casinos in the coming weeks or months.