Openbox aims to build Europe-Asia iGaming content super highway

Openbox aims to build Europe-Asia iGaming content super highway

Openbox Gaming has expressed its desire to establish a pipeline that would provide clients easy, fast, and sustainable access to some of the most successful casino games in the Asian market.

Openbox lays down global aspirations 

With over 200 licensed online casino games in its content portfolio, the gaming distributor aspires to solidify its position in the Asian market through strategic content deals and optimization of its software development kit. 

The Malta-based Openbox showcases a diverse spread of iGaming content, which suits the taste of its Asian customers. From table and traditional board games to real-money slots to Asian poker, these games are attracting millions of users daily, generating billions of revenues for gaming platforms and websites in the continent. 

Apart from consolidating its presence in both emerging and established Asian markets, Openbox also intends to streamline the provisions of Asian titles to Europe-based studios in vice-versa. The group aims to achieve this by harnessing the capability of its software development kit, which supports simple and speedy integration of content.

Quotes from the Press Release   

Sharing his company’s ambitious business roadmap: Richard Hogg, CEO of Openbox Gaming, said.

“Openbox Gaming is the bridge between Asia and Europe, and we have a real opportunity to finally much-needed conduit between those two markets,” he commented.

“Not only have we got access to a huge amount of highly successful Asian content, we can just as easily reverse the flow to ensure European studios can make the most of their products beyond their traditional markets.

“I have every confidence that the company will be able to meet the aspirations of a whole host of operator and suppliers in the coming months.”


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