Red Tiger set for Switzerland expansion

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Slots supplier poised to enter soon-to-be regulated market

Red Tiger set for Switzerland expansionMalta, Monday 29th April 2019 – Casino game and software supplier Red Tiger is set to be one of the first providers to launch in Switzerland when the new market opens on July 1st having certified 30 of its most popular games in the territory.

The provider is prepared to go live with a number of leading operators in the country after bolstering its online security with the award of ISO 27001 certification in November last year.

Chris Looney, Commercial Director at Red Tiger, said: “We are looking forward to launching in Switzerland and are excited about the opportunities that the country presents.

“Red Tiger is always looking to expand its reach in regulated markets. As a result, we are well-set to offer operators a portfolio of games that are proven revenue generators elsewhere.”

Red Tiger has recently embarked on a period of commercial expansion across Europe, launching in Sweden, Italy and Denmark already this year.

About Red Tiger
Red Tiger is a young and dynamic casino games supplier that creates top-performing HTML5 slots and table games. It also offers a bespoke progressive jackpot system, a Smart Spins bonus management application, and its own Tournaments gamification feature to enhance the user experience. It recently launched its Daily Drop Jackpots Network to offer operators of any size access to network-wide daily jackpots. Founded in late 2014 by a group of industry veterans from major B2B and B2C gaming brands, the company is growing fast and is now served by over 200 full time staff including mathematicians, graphic designers, software developers, audio engineers, gambling experts, QAs, account managers and secret magicians; all entirely dedicated to continuously improving the slots player experience. It holds licences in the UK, Malta, Alderney, and Gibraltar, and its games are certified for Denmark, Italy, and Sweden. Learn more at:


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