Red Tiger to Roll Out Content with SoftSwiss Game Aggregator
Developer and provider of solutions for the iGaming industry SoftSwiss has extended the list of suppliers distributing their content through its Game Aggregator with a recently reached agreement with Red Tiger Gaming.
Red Tiger has thus joined more than 50 fellow content providers that have integrated their games libraries with SoftSwiss’ platform to reach a wide number of online gambling operators and their players.
Founded in 2014 and headquartered in the Isle of Man, Red Tiger boasts a proven track record of provision of innovative and engaging online casino titles for multiple markets in Europe and Asia. The company has a rich portfolio of online slots and table games. It is currently gearing up preparations for the upcoming launch of its latest slot title – Eagle Riches.
The game is set to be released on December 5. It features a 5×4 grid and 40 paylines, and includes an Eagle Shadow Feature and Eagle Spins. The medium-to-high volatility slot’s RTP stands at about 95.68%.
Red Tiger’s games are available in a number of languages and across desktop and mobile devices. Over the five years of its existence, its ever-growing portfolio of games has gone live with a number of online gambling operators.
In an announcement on its official website, SoftSwiss said that Red Tiger’s games library will soon become available across the former company’s network of clients and their players.
Providing Clients with Extended Service
Commenting on the addition of Red Tiger content to the collection of casino games already available on their Game Aggregator, SoftSwiss founder Ivan Montik said that their partnership with the games provider “allows us to move forward towards our goal and provide our clients with extended service which strengthens their business.”
Red Tiger has had a busy year, releasing new titles and expanding its presence in new markets. In April, the company became one of the first content suppliers that were certified to provide their products across the newly reorganized Swiss market.
Red Tiger debuted its content in Switzerland this past August. The company first went live with Grand Casino Baden’s online business Jackpots.ch and later on launched titles with Grand Casino Luzern and its operation MyCasino.ch.
As for SoftSwiss, it debuted a new logo over the summer and revealed plans to enlarge its range of products with the addition of a sports betting platform to its existing offering in a bid to further cement itself as a household name in the international online gambling industry.
In 2013, SoftSwiss became the first industry provider to introduce a Bitcoin-optimized online casino solution. The launch of that first-of-its-kind product put the company at the forefront when it comes to the implementation of cryptcurrencies within the iGaming industry.
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