Since Gottlieb introduced and investigated the so-called Gottlieb polynomials in 1938, which are discrete orthogonal polynomials, many researchers have investigated these polynomials from diverse angles. In this paper, we aimed to investigate the q-extensions of these polynomials to provide certain q-generating functions for three sequences associated with a finite power series whose coefficients are products of the known q-extended multivariable and multiparameter Gottlieb polynomials and another non-vanishing multivariable function. Furthermore, numerous possible particular cases of our main identities are considered. Finally, we return to Khan and Asif's q-Gottlieb polynomials to highlight certain connections with several other known q-polynomials, and provide its q-integral representation. Furthermore, we conclude this paper by disclosing our future investigation plan.