Thu, Jan 9, 8:20am by Mia Chapman
Red Tiger Gaming limited has announced the signing of an agreement that has seen some of its most popular video slots premiere on the LottoGo.com domain from iGaming operator Annexio Limited.
World Casino Directory reports the gaming company, headquartered in Valletta, used an official press release this week to describe the Isle of Man-licensed LottoGo.com as ‘a next generation operator’ that offers lottery afficionados the ability to wager ‘on the world’s biggest draws’ including the lucrative MegaMillions and Powerball games.
Established in 2014, Red Tiger Gaming limited is responsible for a portfolio of more than 100 video slots including the five reel Dynamite Riches, Pirates Plenty: Battle for Gold and Legendary Excalibur titles and it explained that these and many more are available to enjoy via the ‘games tab’ at LottoGo.com
Red Tiger commercial director Chris Looney said his firm is an “award-winning casino games and software provider” that is licensed by regulators in Malta, Alderney, Gibraltar and the United Kingdom.
“We’re thrilled to have joined forces with Annexio Limited and to add their games content to its LottoGo.com brand.
“We pride ourselves on delivering market-leading titles and we look forward to seeing how our games perform,” Looney said.
For his part, chief executive officer for Annexio Limited Tom Brodie detailed that LottoGo.com moreover provides players with the chance to participate in the national lotteries of Sweden, Australia and Germany and recently signed up irreverent English comedian Keith Lemon to serve as its official brand ambassador.
“We are continuously looking to provide innovative and exciting new content to our customers and I know the games from Red Tiger Gaming Limited will be very popular.
“I’m sure this partnership will be fruitful for both companies in the months and years to come,” Brodie said.
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Online gaming provider ORYX Gaming has added casino content by Red Tiger Gaming to enhance the offering available on its ORYX Hub platform.
Under the terms of a recently signed deal between the two companies, Red Tiger’s entire portfolio of online slots and table games has been integrated on ORYX Hub, Casino News Daily reported in July.
Titles now available on ORYX’s online casino games aggregation platform include Red Tiger’s latest releases Mystery Reels Megaways and Dragon’s Fire, as well as popular titles such as Pirates’ Plenty and Vicky Ventura.
Founded in 2014, Red Tiger is young, but an extremely dynamic supplier of content for the international iGaming industry.
Aside from its HTML5 slots and table games, the company also offers a bespoke progressive jackpot system, a bonus management application, as well as a tournament’s gamification feature for providing users with enhanced casino gaming experience.
Red Tiger holds licences from the gambling regulators of Malta, the United Kingdom, Alderney and Gibraltar.
In addition, its titles are certified in the regulated markets of Denmark, Italy, Spain and Sweden.
Of their going live on ORYX’s content aggregation platform, Red Tiger Commercial Director Chris Looney said that they are thrilled to add ORYX to their list of partners and that they are “especially impressed’ with their fellow content provider’s presence in many regulated markets.
Bearing that in mind, Red Tiger will be able to extend its regulated reach to a wider audience, the company representative further pointed out.
Commenting on their most recent content distribution deal, ORYX managing director Matevz Mazij said that they welcome Red Tiger’s content to their platform and are excited to provide their clients with an extensive games portfolio through one simple integration.
Red Tiger already works with some of the global gambling industry’s big players, including PokerStars, GVC, Paddy Power, and William Hill.
The integration of its games portfolio on ORYX Hub will further extend the company’s foothold in major markets and would find new clients to provide its content to.
ORYX’s gaming content platform and the titles it features are licenced in multiple international markets, including the UK, the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, Romania, Croatia, Serbia, Sweden, the Czech Republic, Colombia and Spain.
Operators can access more than 8,000 gaming titles by more than 80 leading industry providers.
The games are available to ORYX’s clients via a simple one-time platform integration that also includes built-in marketing and compliance tools.
With that said, ORYX certainly boasts one of the industry’s largest portfolios of third-party online casino content.
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