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Red Tiger Gaming Signs Content Agreement With No Account Casino

By on Friday, 1 November 2019
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Red Tiger Gaming has signed a content agreement with No Account Casino.

The online slot provider, which is known for its Dragon’s Luck slot and the Pirates’ Plenty series, announced the news this week in a blog post on the developer’s official website.

Red Tiger revealed that it had struck a partnership with No Account Casino under which the provider will offer over 100 of its slots including Mystery Reels, Dragon’s Fire as well as the Pirates’ Plenty series and dozens of other slots.

The partnership will allow Red Tiger Gaming to expand its player reach in Sweden and Malta, where No Account Casino operates, while simultaneously enhancing the operator’s selection of games.

No Account Casino, which is owned by Mandalorian Technologies Limited, was one of the very first online casinos to allow customers to play at the site via Pay n Play through Trustly. The service does not require a customer to register as they are automatically verified by making a deposit through the payment option.

Red Tiger Gaming’s Commercial Director Chris Looney said in a statement: “We’re delighted to have launched with No Account Casino and look forward to seeing how our games perform alongside their unique payment approach.

“We’re particularly hopeful that they’ll enjoy playing Pirates’ Plenty Battle For Gold which we’re very excited about given how well its forerunner has performed since it was launched earlier this year.”

Matthew Bonnici, the CEO at No Account Casino, added: “We’re thrilled to have access to Red Tiger’s innovative and popular slots portfolio. The company produces both excellent games and marketing tools and we’re very pleased to now be able to offer them to our players.”

Going Live With Interwetten & More

News of the partnership comes just days after Red Tiger Gaming made a similar agreement with leading casino operator Interwetten, a site which operates in Germany, Spain, Greece and Austria. Similarly to the above agreement, Red Tiger will provide the site with a selection of its casino games.

However, these aren’t the only content agreements Red Tiger has made. In the past month alone, Red Tiger announced details of partnerships with the ComeOn Group and GentingBet, both of which allows Red Tiger to reach players in brand new territories.

While the firm struck these agreements, it’s also continued developing and releasing new games. Most recently, Red Tiger launched its Pirates’ Plenty Battle For Gold slot which also happened to be the firm’s 100th game. The slot is a sequel to the firm’s original Pirates’ Plenty game which has proven to be a huge hit.

The provider also made headlines after it was bought by game provider NetEnt and for implementing a new jackpot service which provides players with a chance to win a jackpot every hour of each day.