Red Tiger Gaming and Gamesys Sign Content Agreement

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Casino game developer Red Tiger Gaming has announced that it has linked up with Gamesys and will have their slots offered on the Gamesys product line.

The agreement sees the Red Tiger library of slots and table games offered on the Gamesys brand of websites. Initially Dragon's Luck and Arcade Bomb are being launched first, with the other games being ported over later on. The games are now being offered on Genesys operated sites like Virgin Casino, Tropicana Atlantic City, Virgin Casino, and more. Titles from Red Tiger are released in high definition, with both desktop and mobile compatibility built in.

Commenting on the agreement Gamesys Marketing Director Simon Mizzie said, "The suite of games Red Tiger can provide will enhance our brands' offerings, and we are excited about presenting their titles to our players."

Red Tiger Managing Director Gavin Hamilton also commented, noting: "Gamesys has a very strong footprint in the online casino games market, so we're delighted to be distributing our games to their brands. We can provide players with an in-depth portfolio of games with exciting rewards and innovative bonus tools, and we are certain they will be well received."

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13 July 2018 - 2:25pm

Obviously from both brands are quite happy with that deal or at least this the conclusion we could make reading their directors statements, should be a useful one for both these companies really.