Slots and gaming software supplier Red Tiger Gaming has unveiled a content based agreement alongside Hero Gaming, designed to capitalise on the opening of the re-regulated Swedish market in the new year.

Under the terms of the deal a variety of the supplier’s titles are to be made available on the operator’s Casino Heroes, CasiTabi, Betser and Speedy Casino brands.

Gavin Hamilton, CEO of Red Tiger Gaming, emphasised that the timing of the deal was particularly crucial, ahead of the debut of the liberalised Swedish market on January 1: “Hero Gaming operates brands that have a similar outlook to us, and we are very pleased to be supplying them with our games. They like to wow their customers with real innovation and creativity, and provide them with a great user experience.

“We’re looking forward to working with them in Sweden next year, and building a long-term partnership with their casinos in other regulated markets around the world.”

Founded in 2014, casino and sportsbook operator Hero Gaming has undergone a year of significant growth, emphasised by its ‘Pay and Play’ brands and

Tomas Backman, Hero Gaming CEO, added: “Red Tiger Gaming’s products are among the most popular in the industry, and we’re very excited about offering them to our players for the first time.

“We take great pride in our gaming content and how we present it to our players, and I’m confident they will enjoy this latest addition to our market-leading portfolio.”

Sweden’s gambling authority the Lotteriinspektionen issued its first licences last month, stating that 95 licence applications were received, 70 of which involve online games.

Yesterday three more companies have been awarded a Swedish igaming licence by the country’s regulator, with Bethard Group, Evoke Gaming and Mr Green all licensed for online gambling and betting, taking the total number of licensees to 26.