Online gambling software developer Red Tiger has launched its comprehensive iGaming suite with Lottomatica; a casino and sports betting operator.
As a result, it will see Lottomatica provide its customers with a wide range of Red Tiger’s diverse portfolio of games. These include top titles such as Gonzo’s Quest Megaways, Dragon’s Luck, Mystery Reels, Dragon’s Fire Megaways and Piggy Riches Megaways.
Alessandro Allara, managing director of digital at Lottomatica, greeted this news with enthusiasm, with CasinoBeats quoting him as saying: “The addition of some of the industry’s best content is a real boost and allows us to take a new leap forward in equipping our gaming platforms with increasingly innovative and engaging products. I have every confidence our customers will enjoy the new games from Red Tiger.”
Meanwhile, the commercial director at Red Tiger, Gavin Hamilton, echoed these sentiments: “It’s great to be live with a progressive operator like Lottomatica and is another milestone in Red Tiger’s continued push into the Italian market.
“The initial batch of games are all proven hits and, with more on the way, there is lots to look forward to for players, no matter what type of game they enjoy playing.”
There is a suggestion that this deal came about following Red Tiger winning ‘Slot Collaboration of the Year’ with fellow software provider Big Time Gaming at the Casino Beats Game Developer Awards in Malta in July.
The two companies work on the slot title Gonzo’s Quest Megaways was enough to see them win the award ahead of Relax Gaming and CasinoGrounds for Iron Man and Avatar UX and Yggdrasil Gaming’s Cherry Pop.
It is just the latest in a series of deals for Red Tiger who recently launched in Pennsylvania, US have teamed up with Bet MGM Casino and Borgata to provide slot titles for them while establishing a presence in what is becoming a highly lucrative market at the same time.
Who are Lottomatica?
An Italian online casino and sportsbook operator, Lottomatica was established in 1990 in Rome; however, it ceased operations in 2002, when it was subsequently bought by IGT (International Game Technology), a software provider in the industry.
While the company, Lottomatica, no longer exists, the name prevailed and now it is recognised only as a brand. In May of this year, IGT, now GTech, agreed to sell its assets to the Gamenet Group, a subsidiary of funds managed by private equity firm Apollo Global Management in a deal worth €950 million.
As a result, the site has gone from strength to strength and corner the Italian online gambling market.