Online gaming operator Paf has bolstered its igaming portfolio after entering into a new partnership alongside casino software supplier Red Tiger Gaming.
Under the terms of the deal Red Tiger’s entire library of content is to be integrated, including Mystery Reels and Thor’s Lightning, as well as the recently released blockbuster Pirates’ Plenty.
Gavin Hamilton, CEO of Red Tiger, commented: “Paf is an innovative operator committed to the highest standards of social responsibility and compliance, which aligns with our own values. We’re very excited about seeing how our games perform.
“With multiple licenses and a committed player base, as well as dedication to fair gaming, it is an exciting brand to have as a partner.”
Paf is a Nordic gaming company owned by the regional government and based on the Åland Islands, Finland, operating with the mission of generating profit for the benefit of society; the firm has licences in Sweden, Spain, Estonia and Latvia.
Kim Johansson, chief gaming officer at Paf, added: “We are delighted to welcome Red Tiger, which is a forward-thinking game supplier. Its player-friendly slots will provide a welcome addition to our portfolio.”
The CasinoBeats Summit returns to London in September, with the second edition of the event set to be significantly larger than the 2018 debut – and backed by some of the biggest names in the sector.
CasinoBeats will welcome up to 1,000 delegates to Olympia London on 17-20 September, offering visitors four conference tracks and unrivalled networking opportunities with as many as 200 operators present, along with regulators, leading suppliers, payment companies and marketers.
Hamilton commented: “Red Tiger is very happy to be sponsoring the CasinoBeats Summit. CasinoBeats has quickly established itself as a strong media brand with a distinct voice, and we are looking forward to coming to London to take part in this key event.”