Videoslots Casino has announced a special content partnership with Red Tiger Gaming.
Popular online casino Videoslots, which we praised for its wide collection of games and excellent promotions, announced last week that it had formed an agreement with software provider Red Tiger Gaming.
Under the agreement, Red Tiger will provide Videoslots with its daily and hourly jackpots to provide the casino’s players with higher chances of making wins.
In addition to the jackpot network, Red Tiger will also supply Videoslots with several of its most popular online slot games including Pirates’ Plenty Battle For Gold, Dragon’s Fire, Wild Elements and Phoenix Fire.
The deal expands on Red Tiger Gaming’s player reach across Europe and the UK while also enhancing Videoslots’ games catalogue.
Videoslots and Red Tiger’s deal comes just months after the software provider revealed that its jackpot network had paid out £2.5 million since April this year, making it one of the fastest-growing jackpot product.
July saw Red Tiger pay out its biggest-ever daily prize after a British Betsafe player landed a gigantic £61,500 win with a £2 wager on Red Tiger’s Dragon’s Luck slot.
What They Say
Carl Ejlertsson, the Business Development Director at Red Tiger Gaming, said in a statement: Our jackpot network has been a hugely popular addition to our portfolio, and we are delighted to be working with Videoslots.
“Adding these jackpots give players yet another chance of winning big prizes on already popular games and the network is sure to help boost Videoslots acquisition and retention.”
Videoslots’ Head of Casino William Ahlberg added: “The Videoslots team thrives on innovation and player-friendly tools, so we are delighted to be working with the like-minded Red Tiger.
“Winning big money from small stakes is everybody’s aim and with daily and hourly windfalls now available, we are giving more Videoslots players than ever the chance to fulfil their jackpot dreams.”
News of the partnerships comes shortly after Red Tiger announced that it had been acquired by NetEnt and shortly after the software provider launched its groundbreaking hourly jackpots on its jackpot network.