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Red Tiger ups regulated market reach through EveryMatrix deal

Red Tiger Gaming has secured extra access to regulated markets including the UK and Denmark after signing a content distribution agreement with EveryMatrix’s CasinoEngine.

The CasinoEngine platform, which features around 8,000 games, already includes those from top providers such as NetEnt, Evolution Games, Microgaming and Play’n GO. It has been designed to accommodate those operators that want to differentiate through architecture, increased customer options or product offering.

The partnership will allow more operators to access Red Tiger’s extensive portfolio of slot and table games, including recent releases like Dragon’s Fire and Jack in a Pot.

Chris Looney, Commercial Director at Red Tiger Gaming, said: “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.”

Stian Hornsletten, CasinoEngine CEO, said: “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.”

He added: “It can be directly integrated into the client’s platform and includes a second generation cross-product bonus system with unprecedented flexibility among many other value-added services.”

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