Tue, May 14, 2:20pm by Staff Writer
Casino games development company Red Tiger has announced a collaboration with Novomatic Gaming Industries subsidiary Astra Games and Bell Fruit group that will see Novomatic’s games launched online via Red Tiger.
World Casino Directory is reporting that the casino software supplier has licensed player favourites such as Bell Fruit’s Cops ‘n Robbers and Astra’s Reel King to deliver both games and traditional video slots to its fast-growing list of casino partners.
Millions of players around the globe will soon have access to the games, beginning with the premiere, Reel Kink Mega, which went live on May 9, 2019 according to a Red Tiger press release.
Already established and successful in brick and mortar casinos, the slots will be made even more attraction with the addition of the Malta-based developer’s retention rich Smart Spins, Daily Jackpots and Tournaments applications.
Chief executive officer for Red Tiger Gaming Gavin Hamilton said, “we are very proud that Bell Fruit and Astra have licenced some of their most iconic titles to us and we’re delighted to be in a position to deliver them to a new audience.”
“The Novomatic group of companies has really paved the way for our industry, there are so many copies of their legendary games in the market, but we are proud to work closely with them to provide some of the very best games of the last few decades, as they were originally intended, with the benefit of our uniquely powerful marketing tools.”
Managing director for Astra and Bell Fruit Group Chris Butler added, “Red Tiger is among the very top tier of casino software companies in the industry. Working together with our deep understanding of the land based industry, we’ve joined forces to create a phenomenal product offering.”
The new Bell Fruit initiative follows Red Tiger adding the games of leading provide online casino software, Cayetano Gaming.
At one time, the Bulgarian developer’s slots were exclusive to Paddy Power until the integration with Red Tiger in 2017.
All of Red Tiger’s clients can now access all of these slots.
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A Spanish-based games developer has been granted a Remote Gambling Software License by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission enabling it to offer premium content to the UK market.
Red Rake Gaming has started the New Year with positive news after an exhaustive process according to Calvin Ayre.
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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