NetEnt And Red Tiger Enlarge Canadian Footprints
Premium iGaming solutions and casino software provider NetEnt, along with NetEnt-owned online slots development specialist Red Tiger, have announced a major expansion initiative in the Canadian online gaming market. An enlarged operator base obviously means more high-quality gaming content becoming available to Canadian iGaming enthusiasts than ever before.
Two additional operator brands present in the Canadian iGaming sector are Royal Vegas and Platinum Play – both of which have no signed on with NetEnt and Red Tiger. NetEnt is the studio behind some of the most popular online slots available to players around the world, including top titles like Jack and the Beanstalk, Starburst, Dracula, and Twin Spin. Red Tiger, in turn, is the creative force responsible for Treasure Mine, Piggy Riches Megaways, and Dragons Luck Stacks – among others.
Leaders In Their Field
Acquired by NetEnt in September last year in a deal worth US$287 million, Red Tiger is an acclaimed and award-winning expert developer of online slots. Currently a market leader in its chosen field, Red Tiger not only sports a portfolio chock-full of delightful online slot titles, but they’re also the team behind several fully integrated engagement and player-retention tools, including their Smart Spins gamification tool.
Additional top-end features and tools available from Red Tiger include a superb range of online slot tournaments, jackpots boosted by “must drop” bonus features, hourly as well as daily bonus evens, and much, much more.
This Is How NetEnt Does It
Besides the latest operator deals signed in Canada, NetEnt signed numerous important partnership deals in the U.S. during the third quarter of 2020. Prominent deals inked during Q3 include one signed with BetMGM, a Pennsylvania-focused deal with Wind Creek Casino, and also a huge content supply deal with German sports betting operator Tipico.
More recent deals signed alongside prominent big-gaming players include supply partnerships concluded with DraftKings and with the Cordish group of companies.
The iGaming and integrated solutions supplier recently published an interim financial report covering the period January to September 2020. NetEnt during this period posted a 17 per cent hike in year-on-year revenue – with Q3 earnings posted for 2020 nearly 18 percent higher than Q3 earnings posted for the same quarter last year.
Said Group CEO Theresa Hillman of the powerful performance; NetEnt continues to focus on a strategy built on three pillars for growth – the integration of Red Tiger, the expansion of Live Casino, and an expansion of its presence in the U.S. and across Canada.