Thu, Apr 4, 9:27am by Staff Writer
Red Rake Gaming has partnered with Trada Casino, who will be the first to market with the Red Rake Gaming content in the United Kingdom.
Trada Casino, best known for offering its players with the best game content, fast payouts, great bonuses and a secure gaming experience joins the long list of Red Rake Gaming partners, Calvin Ayre reports.
As part of the agreement, all the top titles from Red Rake’s innovative portfolio will be made available to Trada Casino players, including Mystic Mirror, Viva Las Vegas and the Asp of Cleopatra – all of which are proven to be firm favourites in the stable’s gaming network.
Red Rake Gaming are continually pushing the boundaries when it comes to game development and have produced an exciting blend of exclusive content that takes into account market trends, demographics, mathematics, player personality as well as operator analysis.
Red Rake Gaming offers an engaging and interactive slots experience that is perfect for the smart phone and tablet generation as well.
Their managing Director of Gaming in Malta Nick Barr said, “we are thrilled to have partnered with Trade Casino, I have watched Trada Casino grow over the years going from strength to strength to become a firm favourite for UK casino players. This partnership is our first of many planned launches into the UK market and we are very confident that our games will be as well received as we have experienced in other markets.”
Trada’s admiration for Red Rake was mutual, with head of casino Rachel Morgan said, “ Trada Casino are delighted to bring Red Rake Gaming content to our players. We are particularly thrilled to be the first online casino to bring this content to the UK market. The addition of Red Rake Games has made a big impact on the already extensive Trada Casino library. Mystic Mirror in particular is a huge hit with our players, so sour partnership has already got off to a great start!”
Red Rake Gaming is an online casino provider with various including Belgium, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Romania, Malta and the United Kingdom.
It is a boutique provider to the iGaming industry, priding itself on working with its partners to drive their revenues through the creation of quality game production and exclusive promotions.
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Red Rake announced in January that they had secured a licence from the United Kingdom Gambling Commission that enabled it to offer premium content to the UK market.
The license will solidify Red Rake Gaming’s regulated market focus, with access to one of the biggest regulated markets in the industry.
Red Rake Gaming already works with a number of top casino operators in other European markets such as Spain, Italy, Portugal and Romania.
This license will allow its clients easy access to the top performing games from the UK market.
A host of innovative games will be enjoyed by its UK players, with a first batch of games already tested and certified according to the UKGC technical standards.
Red Rake’s Maltese Managing Director Nick Barr said: “acquiring the licenses to operate in the UK market is a great step in our regulated strategy for 2019. It will have an immediate impact as many of our customers have UKGC licenses and they will be able now to offer our games to their UK player base.”
Mr Barr joined Red Rake Gaming following his role as a sales director at Genii.
Upon his appointment to the role of director of Red Rake’s Maltese gaming operators, Mr Barr told iGamingBusiness.com that growth is a key focus in his new role.
“The main goal for Red Rake is to drive its expansion, bring new clients on board and move into new markets, of which regulated markets will play a pivotal role.”
The head of business development and co-founder of Red Rake Carlos Fernandez Aguilar added: “we have experienced rapid growth since we started our operations two years ago, but our play is to establish us as the go-to content supplier in the market.”
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