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Red Rake Gaming has announced a growth of its Maltese based team and a strengthening of compliance efforts, after unveiling the recruitment of Iain Sims.

Heading to the online casino games supplier as head of compliance, Sims is to oversee all the company’s relevant processes, as well as regulatory implications in the entering of new regulated markets.

Upon joining Red Rake Gaming, Sims is to draw upon experience gained from a 12 year-long career in the online gaming industry, most recently working with the technical compliance team at LeoVegas.

Speaking of the new appointment, Sims explained: “Compliance is key in the strategy of every igaming company, and even more so for companies like Red Rake Gaming, which are in a great growth phase and with a strong appeal for working in regulated markets.

“Recent biannual audit for the Spanish jurisdiction that we have been through, which is optional for B2B companies like ourselves in this market, is just the latest proof of our commitment for the most strict regulatory compliance.

“I’m convinced that Red Rake Gaming offers some of the best games in the whole industry, and its growing expansion makes this an exciting time to join them”

Red Rake’s offering is currently certified for the Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, Swedish and Romanian jurisdictions, while it also holds B2B licenses granted by the MGA and the UKGC.

The organisation emphasises that its goal is to deepen its global footprint even more, as it strives to satisfy its clients’ need and “to be a leading provider in the more prominent regulated markets”.

Carlos Fernández Aguilar, head of business development and co-founder of Red Rake Gaming, commented: “Our strategy is to have a great reach in the most important regulated markets, and this goes by hand with a scrupulous attention to the requirements and technical processes present in the regulations of each jurisdiction.

“Iain’s hiring shows our commitment to compliance, and will allow us to consider new regulated market entries in a more efficient manner”