Red Tiger Boosts UK Presence With New Partner 32RED

Casino game and software developer Red Tiger has announced a new partnership with popular UK casino 32Red.

Red Tiger who is a subsidiary of huge software developer NetEnt and has entered another partnership with this new deal.

This new deal will see 32Red gain access to Red Tiger’s entire HTML5 catalogue, including great slot titles like Magic Gate, Epic Journey and Wings of Ra.

 The UK operator has also become apart of Red Tiger’s Daily Drop Jackpots Network, which means that the casino can offer Red Tiger’s renowned hourly and daily jackpots to its player base.

32Red is one of the best known British market operators and boasts an impressive player base, many of whom will have been brought to the casino by their flashy TV ads and their impressive football sponsorship portfolio.

Red Tiger Thoughts

On the subject of the partnership, Commercial Director at Red Tiger, Chris Looney had this say: “We’re delighted to partner with 32Red and look forward to entertaining its players with our favourite games and the new titles we have planned.

“The company is among the UK’s biggest names and its premium-quality customer offering fits perfectly with our industry-leading portfolio.”

This is not the only deal that Red Tiger has lined themselves up with as it emerged last month that they are looking to expand in the Spanish and Latin American markets via a content supply deal with white label and full turnkey casino software solutions company SkillOnNet.

Red Tiger earlier this month, celebrated its venture into the Estonian market with a content supply deal with Betsson owned brand Betsafe.

32Red Opinion

The 32Red General Manager for UK operations, Neil Banbury said that: “Red Tiger is a tier-one provider with a track record of popularity among a wide variety of audiences. We have no doubt its games will be well received by our players.

“We are excited by the opportunities this agreement presents and look forward to working alongside their team in the months to come.”

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