Red Rake Gaming continues to increase its global foothold by signing a distribution agreement with platform developer SportingTech. The partnership will see Red Rake’s casino content and top-performing titles distributed through Quantum's platform.
Quantum's platform offers operators easy access to games from numerous suppliers as well as management and reporting tools.
The platform is currently available under an MGA license and the supplier is also strengthening its position in Spain and Portugal markets with several integrated operator partners.
The partnership covers the distribution of Red Rake Gaming’s diverse, localized portfolio, including its gamification tools with the most recent addition being the progressive tournament tool, released last year.
Games will include the newest releases, Max Dangerous and the Lost Relics; a high definition, feature-rich game which creates unique player journeys, Alchemy Ways, - Where players can win up to x8000 in the free spins feature with the multiplier reel in every spin, Tommy Gun's Vendetta - 1 million ways with spectacular accumulators and multipliers, and all video bingos.
Sportingtech, the recognized provider of online gaming platforms, continues to grow in regulated markets and fast-growing markets in Spain and Portugal.
Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Malta, commented on this collaboration, saying:
“It is great to partner with a company that has synergies in market growth and has shown the same rate of expansion. The Red Rake Gaming content continues to resonate well within Spain and Portugal with more and more demand for our games from players across these regions so we could not be happier to expand our market share with SportingTech. We are looking forward to launching across SportingTech’s partners and delivering the best-localized content to their players.”
Ivo Doroteia, CEO at Sportingtech, said:
“We are very happy to partner with Red Rake Gaming and firmly believe its content will provide excellent results for our customers using Quantum platform."