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Pronet Gaming Goes Live With Specialist Slots Provider Red Tiger

Platform provider adds specialist supplier’s content to portfolio

Next generation platform provider Pronet Gaming has continued to expand its content portfolio after going live with specialist slots provider Red Tiger.

Pronet Gaming partners will now have access to popular Red Tiger slots including latest releases Zeus Lightning Power Reels and The Wild Hatter, as well as table games such as the developer’s branded game Deal or no Deal Blackjack.

The deal is the latest in succession for Pronet Gaming and further strengthens the company’s casino offering with the integration of some of the industry’s top performing games.

Bobby Longhurst, Pronet Gaming CCO, said: “Red Tiger is one of the industry’s biggest names and we are delighted to have full access to their wealth of slots and table games.

“We have worked hard to put together the industry’s largest selection of content and this deal will further enhance our offering as we continue to support our operators.”

Chris Looney, Commercial Director at Red Tiger, added: “Our team put a lot of hard work and dedication into their creations and it’s great to be recognised by Pronet Gaming.

“Our slots and table games are sure to fit the bill for a large demographic of players across various markets. We look forward to seeing the results.”

 

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