Slots and gaming software supplier Red Tiger Gaming has agreed a further enhancement of its portfolio of titles, after announcing a distribution agreement alongside Iforium.
The Isle of Man-based online casino aggregator is to integrate the slots into its Gameflex platform, which has undergone similar such expansion this year after also welcoming content from Blueprint Gaming and Play’n Go.
Phil Parry, Iforium chief executive officer, commented: “I am delighted to welcome Red Tiger to our Gameflex platform. It brings an award-winning content portfolio, which contains many of the most popular games available in the industry.
“Their addition to Gameflex will be warmly welcomed by our operators, and I look forward to developing this partnership and supporting Red Tiger via our distribution into multiple markets.”
Under the terms of the deal, Iforium’s list of clients are to gain access to a variety of content from Red Tiger, including Thor’s Lightning and Pirates’ Plenty.
Following this simple integration, Red Tiger has praised the new customer access the company is to enjoy, which is to stretch to “a large array of regulated markets across the globe”.
Chris Looney, commercial director at Red Tiger Gaming, said of the agreement: “Partnering with Iforium is good news for us, and having our games join their aggregation offering will lead to some great commercial opportunities.
“Being able to grow via a multitude of channels is important for us, and Iforium has a great reach as an aggregation platform. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.”
This becomes the third agreement entered into by Red Tiger this month, following “another significant step” undertaken with BetVictor and becoming “a great addition” to the SkillOnNet portfolio.
As a result of the latter, the company has taken its total number of slots and table games available through its platform to in excess of 2,000.