Red Tiger Gets Alderney, Maltese Gaming License

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Internet casino game developer Red Tiger Gaming announced that they've been granted gaming licenses in Alderney and Malta, and can provide their games to operators in the respective markets as a result.

Red Tiger was granted a supply license from the MGA as well as a Category 2 Associate license from the Alderney Gambling Control Committee. The moves allow Red Tiger to expand the partners that Red Tiger can work with, and the company already has licenses in the UK, Denmark, Spain, Italy, and Isle of Man. Red Tiger was founded in 2014 and develops slots and table games for operators to offer to punters. The company has more than 50 slots as well as blackjack, roulette, and baccarat.

Commenting on the licensing Red Tiger CEO Gavin Hamilton said, "These licences 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 12 months."

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