Red Rake Gaming Signs Agreement With Gaming1

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Game developer Red Rake Gaming announced this week that they've signed a content deal with operator Gaming1 and will offer its games on the Casino Estroril Sol brand as a result.

The agreement will see Red Rake's full suite of online games being offered on the site, including Secrets of the Temple and the newly-released Parrot Bay. Estoril Sol Casino is one of the oldest casino brands in Portugal, having opened in 1916. It has recently been moving into the online world to provide services to Portuguese gamblers in the regulated market.

"We are delighted to partner with Gaming1 in delivering the best content to ESC Online in Portugal," said Red Rake's Managing Director Nick Barr. "This market is fast becoming one of our strongest regulated markets which is testament to our localised game development which ensures we factor in what players want and exceed those expectations. We look forward to working with the Gaming1 team and are very confident that through their successes and experience we will have a long and fruitful partnership."

Gaming1 Managign Director Sabri Tekaya also commented, noting: "We are delighted to partner with Red Rake Gaming, a provider that has produced over 50 games which provide a memorable gaming experience with beautifully detailed artwork that capture the magic of far off lands, mythical creatures and classic stories as well as classic fruit slots that evoke playing on cabinets in a real arcade or casino. Their portfolio of games fits perfectly with our quality customer offering, and we look forward to a long and productive relationship with them."

No timetable for the launch of the games was available as of press time.

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Therese is a fervent fan of slot machines and pub fruities, often trying her luck at some of the top online casinos. She covers news for Casino Listings with a focus on the UK and Europe. Therese studied arts and creative writing at university and has written for newspapers in the UK.