Gaming Corps, the Swedish developer, has broadened its Belgian distribution network six months after entering via a link-up with operator Napoleon.

Napoleon Casino has hailed a “major boost” to its igaming output after welcoming the Red Rake Gaming suite into its digital offering in the Belgium market.

This will see the online casino content developer take a range of titles to a region that is praised as a key part of the group’s future growth.

Games set to become available to Belgian consumers are Tiki Goddess, a paradise where you can find Tiki Collect with wins, multipliers, extra coins, re-spins and more; Vikings Journey; Lucky Adam, which is the latest 1 million ways to win genre game and Super 25 Stars, the newest Super Series title.

“Securing the Red Rake’s Gaming content deal is a major boost to our casino offering and provides our players with a wealth of fresh and engaging content” noted Melissa Deboelpaep, Gaming Content Manager at Napoleon Casino. 

“Red Rake Gaming is well-known for its unique and thrilling games and we’re happy to have included their title. 

“We always want to be innovating and keep on offering our players the best entertainment in the safest environment. This addition will further enhance the diversity of our portfolio.”

This latest partnership comes on the back of a number of commercial tie-ups inked by Red Rake as the group looks to grasp opportunities to increase market share across an array of regions. 

Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Gaming Malta, commented: “We are delighted that Napoleon have selected Red Rake Gaming to be a part of their future growth in the Belgian market and is testament to Red Rake Gaming’s focus on delivering the best localised content to markets around the world. 

“Belgium has always proved to be a great market for us with the Red Rake Gaming content resonating with traditional arcade culture markets, particularly our super series of games which combines classic look and feel with non-stop action through a multitude of feature games in each slot.”