Red Rake Gaming’s wide range of top-performing games will now be available via Playtech’s best-in-class platform, Playtech Games Marketplace, to the provider’s vast international operator base across the world’s most competitive regulated territories.
Playtech offers the industry’s most extensive casino games portfolio, delivering over 700 innovative in-house and premium branded games. Playtech is one of the giants in the online gaming industry, offering BI-driven software, services, content and platform technology across all key product verticals, across online, retail, land-based casino groups and more to their 150 global licensees in over 30 different regulated jurisdictions.
Playtech’s product suite can be fully integrated into a complete cross-platform, enabling players to access mobile and server-based gaming terminals through one single account. Leading online games include online casino, poker, bingo, sports betting, live gaming, casual and fixed odds games.
Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Malta, commented on this collaboration, saying: “The partnership with Playtech is an important collaboration for Red Rake Gaming, giving significant opportunities in enhancing our regulated market reach. Playtech is one of the most renowned providers in the industry and through their Playtech Games Marketplace product, operators will now be able to furnish their existing offering with our top performing content. We are looking forward to working closely with Playtech and their significant client portfolio in delivering our extensive portfolio of high engagement and localised content across the globe”.
James Frendo, Casino Director at Playtech, commented: “We’re thrilled to be adding Red Rake Gaming to our growing list of distinguished content partners. The seamless integration provided by Playtech Games Marketplace gives developers the opportunity to deliver their content to audiences in regulated markets worldwide and we are confident that Red Rake Gaming’s highly innovative content range will be a big hit with operators and audiences the world over.”