Red Tiger Wins 5 Top Awards At 2020 EGR
Premium slots developer Red Tiger Gaming has received no fewer than five top awards at the prestigious 2020 EGR B2B Awards Event.
The leading creative force beat a field of strong and deserving competitors to the following five awards: Innovation in Slot Provision, Mobile Supplier, Mobile Gaming Software Supplier, Slot Supplier, and Innovation in Mobile Provision. This once again confirms Red Tiger’s position of unrivalled leadership in casino software development in the iGaming sector.
Recognised By Peers
The event, which was this year hosted and presented virtually due to the rules of physical distancing, recognised Red Tiger Gaming for multiple incredible advances made over the course of 2019. According to the panel of judges overseeing the awards and nominations process, Red Tiger as a brand has over the course of the past year grown to be one of the B2B world’s best companies and suppliers.
Red Tiger CEO Gavin Hamilton is naturally very happy about the supplier having received such enormous recognition from the EGR and the industry. Hamilton in his commentary referred to the incredible and significant success achieved by the developer/supplier and expressed at the same time the team’s absolute “delight” at having one multiple awards in a single year.
Receiving the awards in question, said Hamilton, is to the team equal to due recognition of the studio’s hard work and commitment to the industry. And since it’s the type of recognition bestowed by operators and other industry peers, said Hamilton, it’s even more special and meaningful to the team.
A Successful NetEnt Merger
Red Tiger now draws on a full selection of specialised resources offered by parent-company NetEnt. The brand was last year acquired in return for a record price by NetEnt AB.
Red Tiger creates premium-quality online slots and leading tools and industry-solutions. Founded in 2014, they have won multiple awards for their gaming content and support tools and aids. Head-quartered in Malta, the brand is especially popular and active in Asia and Europe, and holds licenses from, among others, the MGA (Malta Gaming Authority), Gibraltar Government, the Alderney Commission, and the notoriously-difficult-to-please UK Gambling Commission.
Multiple market analysts have even gone so far as to express the opinion that NetEnt’s acquisition of the brand may very well have been the catalyst behind Evolution Gaming’s own bid to acquire a 90 per cent shareholding in NetEnt AB.
And judging by the recognition recently bestowed on Red Tiger Gaming at the EGR Awards, this seems more than plausible.