Online casino software supplier Red Tiger has added a further partner to its ever growing roster, with No Account Casino becoming the latest to align with the company.

Owned by Mandalorian Technologies and licensed within both Malta and Sweden, the online casino states that it was one of the first to offer customers the opportunity to enjoy the Pay N Play technology from Trustly.

“We’re thrilled to have access to Red Tiger’s innovative and popular slots portfolio,” commented Matthew Bonnici, chief executive at No Account Casino.

“The company produces both excellent games and marketing tools and we’re very pleased to now be able to offer them to our players.”

Under the terms of the agreement No Account Casino will be able to call upon Red Tiger’s 100 strong portfolio via Finnplay integration, which includes titles such as Mystery Reels and Dragon’s Fire, as well as the new introduction Pirates’ Plenty – Battle for Gold.

Chris Looney, commercial director at Red Tiger, commented: “We’re delighted to have launched with No Account Casino and look forward to seeing how our games perform alongside their unique payment approach.

“We’re particularly hopeful that they’ll enjoy playing Pirates’ Plenty – Battle for Gold which we’re very excited about given how well its forerunner has performed since it was launched earlier this year.”

Red Tiger has agreed numerous similar partnerships this month, a short time after it was revealed that the organisation was to join the NetEnt stable in an initial £200m deal with a potential additional cash consideration of £23m.

The all-cash transaction is said to fall in line with the casino content developer’s vision “to create the future of gaming”.

This month Red Tiger partnered with “well-known and well-respected” Genting UK, before online casino and sportsbook operator ComeOn, a subsidiary of the Cherry Group, also recruited its content.

Most recently Videoslots welcomed the firm’s jackpot network, before Interwetten praised a “coveted collection” after entering its deal.