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Casino games supplier Red Rake Gaming has announced a further extension of the organisation, after being granted a licence by the Malta Gaming Authority.

Stating the it “started the new year with its feet firmly on the ground,” Red Rake Gaming has secured its second licence of 2019, after being granted a remote gambling software licence by the UK Gambling Commission.

This latest licence retrieval allows the firm to continue its expansion strategies, with “a vast array of clients preparing to launch its portfolio of games” following the UK igaming go-ahead.

Red Rake is already working with a number of leading online casino operators in a series of regulated markets including its native Spain, as well as Italy, Portugal and Romania.

Nick Barr, managing director for Red Rake in Malta, explained: “Securing the MGA license is another big step in Red Rake Gaming’s strategy, and increases our capability to be able to supply the large concentration of operators located on the Island.

“This further solidifies our commitment and expansion on the Island, after recently setting up our commercial and business development team in Malta.

“Based on the demand for the Red Rake Gaming portfolio, which was even more apparent after a very successful ICE exhibition, we expect to continue growing our footprint in Malta.

“2019 is already shaping up to be a great year for the company, and a big well done goes out to all involved in securing the license”

This latest development for the company follows the launch of its latest video slot Bonnie and Clyde, which promises to transport players to the United States in the 30s, where they will experience “a thrilling adventure” with the most sought after and famous fugitives of the time.

The 5×4 reel and 50 prize line offering boasts that its “most attractive features” are the prizes with Clyde, that sees the famous fugitive paying in both directions, and the numbered Bonnie symbols which offer extra free spins.