Red Tiger Signs Content Deal with EveryMatrix

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Betting developer Red Tiger Gaming announced that they've inked a deal with EveryMatrix and will distribute their games through the latter's CasinoEngine.

The agreement will see all of Red Tiger's games being ported over and then being distributed to EveryMatrix's diverse set of casino partners. Red Tiger puts out a series of slots and table games, all of which can be played on desktops and smartphones. EveryMatrix works with big names in the industry including Spinson, Mr Win, Codeta, and Bookee.

"Teaming up with EveryMatrix will allow us to distribute our games to even more operators and players. I'm sure the deal will be very fruitful for both companies in the months and years to come," said Red Tiger's Chris Looney.

CasinoEngine CEO Stian Hornsletten added: "Red Tiger's games need no introduction to our operators as they are very popular within the iGaming industry. Thanks to their innovative design and reliable features, they appeal to players and are an excellent fit with our endeavour to assist our clients to enter new markets and jurisdictions."

The game will be made available in the near future, but no timeframe was available to the press.

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5 January 2019 - 2:17pm

Good move, EveryMatrix casinos has already great selection for the games and Red Tiger will make these casinos even more attractive to me.

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7 January 2019 - 1:03pm

Yeah, I suppose it would be a good deal for the game developer to partner with a provider of an EveryMatrix caliber and I guess this would mean a good number of new players being presented to their games.