Software provider Red Tiger Gaming has announced a new content agreement with the ComeOn Group.
The popular game developer, which is known for games such as Dragon’s Luck and Phoenix Fire Power Reels, announced the news this week, revealing that it had formed an agreement with casino operator group ComeOn.
Under the partnership, Red Tiger will provide a selection of its content to ComeOn Casino, including popular slots Pirates’ Plenty, Dragon’s Luck, Mystery Reels MegaWays and many others.
The move extends Red Tiger Gaming’s player reach throughout Europe while also enhancing ComeOn casino’s game selection.
Chris Looney, the Commercial Director at Red Tiger Gaming said in a statement: “We’re excited to have agreed this deal with ComeOn which will see our slots available to their players.
“Expanding our partnership with a well-respected brand as ComeOn is another great opportunity for us, and we are looking forward to growing our business relationship.”
Johan Olsen, the Head of Games at ComeOn Casino, added: “Red Tiger has an excellent reputation as a slot provider, and we are thrilled to give our players access to its impressive games portfolio.
“We look forward to a long and fruitful working relationship with Red Tiger for many years to come.”
Unfortunately, ComeOn Casino and its sister sites are no longer available in the UK and this deal works solely in Europe and in jurisdictions in which ComeOn Casino operates in.
The news comes as Red Tiger Gaming continues to expand its player reach by striking content deals with various software providers.
Earlier this month, Red Tiger Gaming announced an agreement with GentingBet, owned by land-based casino Genting Casino. Under the agreement, Red Tiger provides its content to the firm’s GentingBet website.
Other casino operators Red Tiger Gaming has partnered with include mycasino.ch, jackpots.ch, BGO Casino, Circus.be, Wildz Casino, NetBet, Buzz Bingo, 888 Casino and so many more.
What’s more, Red Tiger Gaming was recently acquired by NetEnt for £197 million as well as an additional £23 million in 2022.