Red Tiger Gaming has officially launched in Slovakia after striking a content deal with operator Niké.
The leading game provider, which is known for its Pirates’ Plenty series and Dynamite Riches, announced this week that it had struck a content agreement with Niké, Slovakia’s leading casino operator.
According to Red Tiger Gaming’s announcement, Niké has led the Slovakian casino and sports betting market for over 30 years and currently operates in over 900 retail outlets. It uses the latest technology to provide the best player experience and recently launched an online casino following the introduction of Slovakia’s gambling regulations.
Under the agreement, Red Tiger Gaming will be made available in Slovakia at Niké’s online casino. The move extends Red Tiger Gaming’s player reach to a brand new jurisdiction where an entire country worth of gamers can enjoy the developer’s critically acclaimed slots.
Gavin Hamilton, the CEO of Red Tiger Gaming, said in a statement: “We are delighted to be one of the first suppliers to go live in Slovakia and to spearhead Niké’s entry in this newly-regulated market. Our objective is to be the leader in regulated markets.
“Today’s announcement is another significant milestone on that journey and ticks off another country in which players can now enjoy our games.”
Niké CEO and Co-owner Otto Berger added: “We are very much looking forward to working with Gavin and the team at Red Tiger. They come highly recommended and have a proven track record of delivering high-performance games in a range of styles.
“As Slovakia’s number one betting operator it is important to transfer our casino segment online and I’m sure we’ll do that by engaging the services of the best suppliers.”
The news comes as Red Tiger Gaming continues to expand its player reach by striking content distribution deals with various casino sites and operators. Over the last twelve months, Red Tiger has announced deals with operators such as LottoGo.com, Royal Panda, Swiss Casinos, 777.ch, No Account Casino, Interwetten, ComeOn, GentingBet, Mycasino.ch, Jackpots.ch, Betfred, and more.
In addition, the firm has continued to develop new games such as Jewel Scarabs, Pirates’ Plenty: Battle For Gold, Vicky Ventura, Devil’s Number, Mystery Reels MegaWays, and so many other popular video slots. More recently, the firm was acquired by leading provider NetEnt, and the pair have been working together on brand new video slots such as Piggy Riches MegaWays, a rerelease of NetEnt’s classic game built on the MegaWays engine.