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Belgian casino Napoleon has announced that they've signed a distribution deal with Red Tiger and are adding the developer's games to their casino moving forward.
The agreement will see all of Red Tiger's video slots being ported to the casino, which will then be offered to customers. Red Tiger is a NetEnt subsidiary, and the company's slots like Piggy Riches MegaWays and Dynamite Riches are being brought over, as will new releases as they're designed. The company has desktop and mobile compatibility baked-in, and there will also have Daily Drop Jackpots.
Commenting on the deal Napoleon's Head of Casino Nicolas Van Malderghem said, "Red Tiger is renowned for creating some of the most widely acclaimed titles on the market, so this agreement continues our track-record of giving players a diverse variety of immersive games to choose from.
"Red Tiger's incredible catalogue further strengthens our engaging casino offering, in addition to the other engrossing slots, dice games, live casino and sports betting options on our platform."
Red Tiger's Chris Looney added: "We are delighted to launch with Napoleon, Belgium's foremost online casino.
"With over four decades of industry experience, the company has become synonymous with premium quality entertainment experiences, which is a perfect fit for our award-winning product suite."