Online casino games developer and software provider Red Tiger continues its streak of important partnerships with a recently signed content supply deal with rapidly growing iGaming group Glitnor.
The partnership will see Red Tiger expand its presence across core existing markets as well as new territories, while boosting the offering available on Glitnor’s flagship online casino brands.
After a successful integration, Red Tiger announced today that its entire games library is now available across Glitnor’s Lucky Casino and Gambola operations. This means that players at the two online casinos now have access to titles such as Pirates’ Plenty, Pirates’ Plenty – Battle for Gold, Dragon’s Luck Megaways, and Eagle Riches, among others.
Aside from its slots range, Red Tiger has also provided its newest partner and its iGaming operations with access to its daily and hourly jackpots.
The software provider debuted its Daily Drop Jackpot Network in April 2019. Red Tiger’s jackpots offering was received quite well by players in a number of regulated markets. The company stepped up its jackpot game later in 2019 with the introduction of hourly jackpot prizes.
News about Red Tiger going live with Glitnor’s brands arrive hot on the heels of last week’s launch of the provider’s content with online gambling operator Premier Gaming. The operator’s Pronto Casino and Premier Live Casino now offer Red Tiger’s entire slots library in addition to content from other providers.
Expansion in Lucrative Markets
Red Tiger’s partnership with Glitnor would enable the provider to extend its reach across core Nordic markets, the rest of Europe, and Japan where both Lucky Casino and Gambola boast a large customer base.
Commenting on their partnership with Glitnor, Red Tiger Commercial Director Chris Looney said that the group is one of the fastest growing iGaming companies and that the deal “highlights the worldwide appeal of our content.”
Glitnor Group Director Martin Sidenvall said that “Red Tiger has a fantastic reputation for producing top quality games, and we’re thrilled to announce this commercial agreement with them.”
The gaming group’s director went on that “delivering the best slots to our customers is paramount for us, and it’s great that our players now have access to Red Tiger’s titles and the great functionality that comes with them.”
It should be noted that aside from its B2C gaming brands, Glitnor is also the company behind newly established online casino content provider Swintt. While it may be an industry newcomer, Swintt already boasts a nice portfolio of more than two dozens of titles, including the Master of Books, Legendary, and Heart of Earth slots.
Glitnor also runs the Dora Mahjong real money player-to-player Mahjong brand. The omni-channel operation provides players with the opportunity to choose from several cash game tables or take part in tournies. The brand focuses on the Japanese iGaming market.