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Red Tiger is looking at forging a “prosperous business relationship” for many years, after unveiling a collaboration with online betting and gaming operator bet-at-home.

Lauding the deal as representing a further enhancement of the online casino games and software developer’s presence in Central Europe, the deal follows a string of commercial partnerships inked by Red Tiger in recent weeks.

As a result of the collaboration, bet-at-home players now have access to the provider’s full suite of igaming titles via the operator’s casino tab.

Claus Retschitzegger, a bet-at-home representative, said: “Our aim is to give customers the most immersive gaming experience possible, and that’s something for which Red Tiger’s innovative suite of slots is industry-renowned.

“With its popular and inventive new games, such as Gonzo’s Quest MegaWays, I’m sure our players will be thrilled with the new partnership.”

This partnership follows similar such deals unveiled by Red Tiger in October alongside the likes of Austrian market with igaming operator win2day, Dazzletag and Finnish gambling operator Veikkaus.

Players at bet-at-home will now have access to the full range of Red Tiger slots, including titles such as Dragon’s Fire, Gonzo’s Quest MegaWays and Piggy Riches Megaways.

Chris Looney, Red Tiger’s commercial director, added: “Developing games that push the envelope is what we pride ourselves on at Red Tiger, and it is exciting to be entertaining bet-at-home’s legions of fans with our award-winning slots.

“They are one of Europe’s most successful online betting and gaming providers, and we look forward to forging a prosperous business relationship in the years to come.”