Online casino software supplier Red Tiger Gaming has deepened its Swiss footprint, after launching its titles with the Grand Casino Lucerne.
Making its initial moves on the property’s mycasino.ch portal, it follows the firm debuting in the country earlier this month alongside the Grand Casino Baden, which introduced the first igaming entity under the country’s new regulatory framework.
Only four land-based establishments have obtained an online licence for the re-regulated Swiss gaming market, with Baden and Lucerne joined by Davos and Pfäffikon.
Wolfgang Bliem, chief executive officer at Grand Casino Luzern, said of the agreement: “Red Tiger’s games have been gathering fans around Europe for some time now and it is a real coup to have access to them.
“Its most recent titles in particular are proving to be real hits, so we can’t wait to see what else they have in store, and are excited to offer their games on mycasino.ch.”
Having certified 30 of its most popular games in the territory, Red Tiger is now up and running with two of the first four operators to go live in the newly regulated online market.
Under the terms of the new deal mycasino.ch players will have access to a number of Red Tiger titles, including Pirates’ Plenty, Mystery Reels and the more recent Jack in a Pot.
Chris Looney, commercial director at Red Tiger, noted: “We are delighted to be launching with Grand Casino Luzern and are looking forward to introducing a host of new players to our titles.
“Red Tiger is always looking to expand in exciting new markets such as Switzerland, and we’re proud to partner with a well-known, reputable brand and look forward to our future there.”
Red Tiger became the latest addition by Grand Casino Lucerne, after it welcomed Åland Islands-based gaming operator Paf to the Swiss igaming market last week.