White-label and gaming platform provider The Mill Adventure has unveiled the latest addition to its output after striking a deal with casino game and software developer Red Tiger.
The agreement gives The Mill Adventure access to Red Tiger’s entire portfolio of video slots, which includes games such as Pirates’ Plenty, Dragon’s Fire, and the newly released Gonzo’s Quest Megaways.
Furthermore, in addition to integrating the supplier’s casino suite, The Mill Adventure will also be able to provide players with Red Tiger’s daily drop jackpots network, enabling the offer of daily and hourly jackpots.
Dario Arruda, The Mill Adventure co-founder and CEO, said: “The new launch is the next step in achieving our company’s vision of becoming a digital entertainment leader.
“Red Tiger has fast become one of the biggest names in gaming, so it was only fitting that we offer their hugely successful content to our partner brands.”
This latest partnership follows Red Tiger kinking-up with operator group SkillOnNet to supply games to its Spanish brand PlayUZU last month, as well as aligning with the Betsson Group’s Betsafe entity for the Estonian market last week.
Chris Looney, Red Tiger’s commercial director, stated he was thrilled to join forces with the emerging platform provider in the latest in a string of strategic deals: “Expanding our audience has always been the focus here at Red Tiger and we are excited to provide our cutting-edge games to The Mill Adventure’s growing customer base.
“The platform is a perfect match for our innovative offering, and we look forward to entertaining even more players.”