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    Alderney and Malta Licenses Awarded to Red Tiger Gaming

    Alderney and Malta Licenses Awarded to Red Tiger Gaming

    Author Mathias Jensen Published Published 08/12-2018

    Red Tiger Gaming is an Isle of Man-headquartered online casino games and software supplier that received its gaming supply license from the Malta Gaming Authority this week. The good news for the supplier kept coming, as it also received a Category 2 Associate supply license from the Alderney Gambling Control Committee.

    These licenses represent a key opportunity for Red Tiger to expand its footprint within regulated markets while offering its games portfolio to operators within two very important iGaming jurisdictions.

    Wider Certification

    The supplier was able to secure two licenses in quick succession given that it recently earned the ISO 27001 accreditation as well as certification for its games in the key markets of Denmark, Spain, and Italy. This is welcome news as the company gears up to expand further into more regulated markets in 2019.

    Gavin Hamilton is the Chief Executing Officer for Red Tiger and he said that the receipt of the licenses represents an important step in his firm’s expansion strategy. Expanding on his comments, he said:

    “These licenses mark a milestone in our journey as a supplier and are particularly significant in Malta, where we have established a significant presence and will continue to expand our headcount there over the next twelve months.

    “We’re are very pleased to have been approved for the new licenses, which recognizes not only the excellence of our products and their complementary tools, but also our commitment to social responsibility and transparency,” said Hamilton.

    A Flurry of Activity

    The supplier has been very busy in recent months, launching a pair of new video slots including “Jack-In-A-Pot” and “Pirates Plenty” and securing a commercial agreement with Mansion, a Gibraltar-based operator group.

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