Red Rake Gaming has maintained a recent focus on the Dutch online casino ecosystem, with Bingoal becoming the latest in a string of commercial tie-ups rolled-out by the igaming supplier in the region.
After making its entry into the Netherlands online gaming market alongside Holland Casino in October 2021, the igaming developer has subsequently added fellow partnerships with 711, JOI Gaming, Casino777 and Nederlandse Loterij.
Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Gaming Malta, commented: “We are delighted to partner with Bingoal and further enhance our position in the Netherlands market.
“Bingoal has a wealth of experience in delivering the best solutions across its markets and we are proud to be selected as their newest partner.
“The Netherlands is a very important market for Red Rake Gaming and we have seen huge demand for our content here and across our other key markets. We very much look forward to launching with Bingoal and very confident their players will love our games.”
Bingoal, which received a licence from the Dutch gaming authority, Kansspelautoriteit, a short time before the country’s legalised space was debuted on October 1, 2021, will subsequently gain an added range of igaming content.
Among the Red Rake games to be available is Super25Stars, which combines feature games and bonus rounds from all its predecessors in the Super series of games.
Additional titles from the group’s online gaming suite include Million 777 Wheel, which offers a million ways to win, Guardians of Luxor, Buffalo on Fire! and Ultra Burst.
“We couldn’t be happier about our partnership with Red Rake Gaming,” noted Dany Salmon, Casino Product Manager at Bingoal.
“Their exceptional game design and innovative features perfectly align with our commitment to deliver an extraordinary gaming experience to our customers. Get ready for an unparalleled gaming adventure at Bingoal.”
Last month, the Ksa issued a second financial sanction to online gambling provider Bingoal following a further violation within the country.
A fine of €400,000 for advertisements being aimed at young adults (18-24) follows a €350,000 penalty being handed down in February. This came after it was found that “for a number of days in June 2022” players were permitted to access the site without consulting the Cruks self exclusion system.