Apr 16 / 2019
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Red Tiger strengthens ability to distribute games

Red Tiger opens office and acquires licence in Gibraltar

Leading casino games supplier, Red Tiger has opened a new office and acquired a B2B licence in Gibraltar, strengthening its ability to distribute its games worldwide. This B2B casino licence allows the company to provide its comprehensive portfolio to operators in one of gaming’s most significant jurisdictions.

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Gavin Hamilton.

Gavin Hamilton, CEO at Red Tiger, said the new endorsement was in line with the company’s strategy to continue entering regulated markets and expand its footprint in existing ones. Hamilton added, “We’re delighted to have been given the seal of approval by the Gibraltar regulator.   Obtaining a licence and establishing a presence in Gibraltar is a logical progression for us as our business in Gibraltar continues to go from strength to strength, with big operators like BetVictor, Addison Global, and 888 already added to our long client list there this year.”.

“This continues the great momentum that Red Tiger has gathered during the course of the last 12 months and follows the award of similar licences in Malta and Alderney.”

Red Tiger, whose games also went live in Sweden, Denmark, and Italy earlier this year, are integrated with a host of top tier casinos around the world. 

Red Tiger is a young and dynamic casino games supplier that creates top-performing HTML5 slots and table games. It also offers custom made progressive jackpot system, a Smart Spins bonus management application and its own Tournaments gamification feature to enhance the user experience. Their team of mathematicians, graphic designers, software developers, audio engineers, gambling experts, QAs, account managers and secret magicians are entirely dedicated to improving players’ experience. 

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