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Red Tiger expands in Switzerland with Partouche deal

By Owain Flanders

Red Tiger has formed a new partnership with Swiss operator Groupe Partouche, owner of the newly licensed Casino du Lac Meyrin SA in Geneva.

The partnership will provide Partouche with access to Red Tiger’s portfolio of games, including titles such as Pirates’ plenty – Battle of Gold and Dragon’s Luck.

Chris Looney, commercial director at Red Tiger, said: “Groupe Partouche’s gaming heritage speaks volumes, and we’re pleased to be able to provide its Swiss customers with our immersive slot portfolio. We currently have close to 70 titles available to operators in the market, with plenty more due by the end of the year.

“We are investing heavily in the market and we look forward to offering our games and marketing tools to a new audience.”

Alexander Sosnovski, head of online casino at Casino du Lac in Switzerland, said: “Our aim is to provide our players with the most innovative slot games that are available on the Swiss market, and Red Tiger’s titles make a superb addition to our growing portfolio.”

Earlier this year, Red Tiger signed a similar agreement with Slovakian online casino operator Niké. The deal saw Red Tiger launch its slots on an exclusive basis with the operator.

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