CasinoBarcelona and Red Rake Enter Content Agreement

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Internet betting developer Red Rake Gaming announced this week that they've signed a content deal with CasinoBarcelona and will provide their games to the site as a result.

The agreement will see the ilbrary of slots, table games, and bingo titles being ported over, which will then be offered directly to the Spanish casino's customers. The developer has a couple dozen titles that it's released, with the group known for their bold graphics and diverse feature sets. We don't have a timetable for the launch of the games, but we assume they'll be live in the immediate future.

Commenting on the agreement Red Rake's Nick Barr said, "Red Rake Gaming is delighted about the agreement with Casino Barcelona because they share our vision of constantly improving the customer experience, because they're a very reputable brand within the Spanish market and because it helps to grow our footprint in the Spanish regulated market. "

Casino Barcelona's Online Director Xavier Ballester also commented, noting: "We are really happy with the signing of this agreement with Red Rake Gaming. They have good games, very attractive and with plenty of functionalities. These games will complement casinobarcelona.es offer and we are sure that will be very well received by our users."

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11 September 2018 - 7:01pm
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That's obviously a deal which would help Red Rake enlarging their presence to the Spanish market which I think is one of the fastest growing in Europe and there's still a lot of room for development, so it should be a successful move from them.