Red Tiger Gaming to Move into the Swiss Market
Red Tiger Gaming have had a busy few weeks. They recently announced the launch of a brand new slot titled Vicky Ventura and they have also secured several deals that will see their games become available to more casinos and more players.
According to a recent press release from the brand, they could be set to grow even bigger as they prepare to enter the Swiss gambling market. Switzerland is one of the latest European countries to embrace the gambling industry and Red Tiger Gaming will be one of the first developers to enter the nation. Over 30 of their casino games have been certified for this market, and after July 1st they could become available to a host of players.
Ready for Launch
In addition to creating a host of brand new titles and signing a number of new deals, Red Tiger Gaming has also upped its game with regards to security and regulation. They were granted a leading security certification (ISO 27001) just a few months ago and are preparing to put it to the test.
In the press release that announced this new expansion, a spokesperson for Red Tiger Gaming noted that the brand were “always looking to expand [into] regulated markets”. Before adding that their goal was to make more of their titles available to more players.
A Growing Portfolio
Red Tiger Gaming have launched a couple of big slots in the last few weeks. One of these, Vicky Ventura, has a Tomb Raider/Indiana Jones vibe to it, taking players on an adventure where they are tasked with hunting for treasure. The other is Devil’s Number, a dark slot with a fun twist that comes loaded with features and big win potential.
They were founded as recently as 2014, but in the time since then they have launched over 100 titles and have become a leading source of top titles for operators across Northern and Southern Europe. Red Tiger Gaming also recently acquired a B2B license from the Gibraltar Gambling Commission, which allows them to open an office in the territory and to make their products available to more players in more regions.