Online gambling operator Paf has gone live with Red Tiger’s entire range of online slots to boost its existing offering and enhance player experience.
Based on Finland’s Åland Islands, Paf is licensed to operate in the regulated online gambling markets of Sweden, Estonia, Latvia, and Spain.
Paf was founded back in the 1960s as a state-run company that aimed to provide various gambling services, while contributing funds to different causes. In 1999, Paf went live with online gambling offering, becoming one of the first operators to venture into the then nascent field.
Commenting on adding Red Tiger content to Paf’s existing offering, Kim Johansson, Chief Gaming Officer at the company, said that they are delighted to welcome the “forward-thinking game supplier” and that Red Tiger’s “player-friendly slots will provide a welcome addition” to the operator’s portfolio.
Red Tiger’s CEO, Gavin Hamilton, added that they are excited to see how their games will perform with Paf. Mr. Hamilton went on to say that Paf is “an innovative operator committed to the highest standards of social responsibility and compliance, which aligns with our own values.”
Paf announced earlier this year that it would be among the early entries of another newly reorganized online gambling market. The operator announced that it has teamed up with Switzerland’s land-based Grand Casino Luzern to become its “lead technology partner” as the venue looked to tap into the nation’s newly regulated online casino market. Switzerland’s new regime came into force on July 1.
Red Tiger’s Busy Year
Red Tiger itself was able to venture into the Swiss market after being certified by local regulators to provide its products to local players through partnership with locally licensed online casinos.
Aside from Paf, Red Tiger’s range of slots has also gone live with 888casino, Casumo, and ComeOn! among other major iGaming operations in recent months.
Last week, the provider announced an important milestone for one of its newest products. The company said that its Daily Drop Jackpot Network paid out more than £2.5 million during its first four months. Red Tiger’s jackpot network went live this past April and quickly established itself as the provider’s fastest growing jackpot product.
Since its launch, Daily Drop Jackpot Network has gone live with some of the industry’s largest operators, including Betsson, Gaming Innovation Group, and Flutter Entertainment (formerly Paddy Power Betfair).
As its name suggests, Red Tiger’s jackpot product drops daily jackpots, giving players the chance for a big win. The product is available across Red Tiger’s entire range of online slots. In July, a Betsafe player hit a £61,500 jackpot after placing a £2 stake on Red Tiger’s Dragon’s Luck hit slot. Betsafe is a brand managed by Swedish online gambling group Betsson.
Aside from its Daily Drop Jackpot Network, Red Tiger is also known for its wide range of HTML5 slots and table games, a progressive jackpot system, the Smart Spins bonus management application, and the Tournaments gamification feature, among other products.
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