It appears that the Russian based online gambling software provider, Connective Games is trawling for partners to help achieve its ambitions in setting up an Asian facing i-gambling network, judging by press release material this week from its marketing outlet Game-On.
Tomsk-based Connective Games has been providing gaming solutions for casino and poker operators for the last three years and partners with several of the leading poker networks and independent operators, the press material advises without specifying the companies concerned.
In pursuing its Asian goals, Connective Games will use its expertise to build an Asian network with a range of popular traditional games for Asian players such as Mahjong, Chinese Poker, Badugi, Big 2 and Rummy.
CEO Konstantin Zubarev says: “Asian games are undoubtedly some of the most exciting and this market is a huge opportunity for operators seeking to diversify. We are ready to target this fast growing market and seeking partnerships with companies and individuals that have a valued interest and understanding of Asian games. Connective Games’ aim is to become one of the biggest players for both existing and “new to market” operators. ”