DOUGLAS, Isle of Man -- (PRESS RELEASE) -- Mahjong Logic, the leading peer-to-peer online mahjong software provider, has just announced the signing of new licensee BetVictor Games. BetVictor offers a wide variety of games and now views online mahjong as a key game driver for new customer growth and expansion in the Asian region.
"Victor Chandler and BetVictor are some of the most recognized brands for online gaming in the world and we are honored to be associated with their brand", said Jonas Alm, Mahjong Logic CEO. "It is hard to find a more well established and trusted brand in the marketplace today. Mahjong fits their vision of proper market expansion utilizing games familiar in the Asian region"
Mahjong has a strong player base throughout Asia which equates to substantial potential for the online mahjong marketplace. Traditionally, the game is firmly planted in the family culture along with concept of gambling. On some play-for-points websites that offer online mahjong it has been known for the game to have over a quarter million concurrent players.
”We have a well established and very knowledgeable team of people working in Asia and see Asia as a key territory in helping us drive this global expansion and we are excited by the potential that lay ahead," said Michael Carlton, CEO of BetVictor. "The culture of betting and gaming is well established in Asia and we also have a very progressive policy of providing an ever widening portfolio of casino and games like Mahjong to our customers. This policy of ongoing gaming development also offers us huge opportunities for growth in Asia and we aim to capitalize on this in the years ahead."
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