Casino content developer Red Rake Gaming has been granted a licence by the Hellenic Gaming Commission to supply its content to operators in the regulated Greek market as it “solidifies its commitment towards Greek operators and players”.
Asserting that “Greece has always been a very strong market for Red Rake Gaming,” Red Rake says that the licence will enable it to continue offering its content to Greek licensed operators as the supplier targets further expansion in the marketplace.
“Greece has always been a very strong market for our content, demonstrated through our extensive client portfolio in the market,” commented Nick Barr, MD at Red Rake Gaming Malta.
“Our regulated market reach continues to grow continuously with more exciting markets lined up for Q4 2021 and Q1 2022.
“We are looking forward to continuing our strong performance in the marketplace and delivering the best content for the Greek players.”
The development will see a selection of Red Rake’s games be made available to Greek licensed operators, including its Super Series of games – made up of Super 12 Stars, Super 15 Stars and the latest release in the series, Super 20 Stars – as well as other titles such as Alchemy Ways, Max Dangerous and the Lost Relics, Tommy Gun’s Vendetta and Flamingo Paradise.
Furthermore, the provider will continue to build the portfolio of games for the market adopting a localised approach with Greek players in mind throughout the development process.
Its latest market entry represents yet another opportunity for the company to further its reach in Greece and follows on from a number of similar agreements, such as a recent content deal with Betfun which secured the firm’s maiden move into Argentina.