Dazzletag Welcomes Content Boost From Red Tiger

Dazzletag has become the latest company, with a multitude of brands expected to profit, to welcome a content boost from online casino and software developer Red Tiger.

As part of its burgeoning roster, the operator, which uses its own proprietary software, has a number of online brands, including FruitKings.com, Casushi.com, Myjackpotcasino.com, Playsunny.com and PeachyGames.com

Jordan Rosamond, Dazzletag ‘s casino manager, said: “I’m pleased to confirm our partnership with Red Tiger and begin to offer their content across our sites.

“We have worked hard to build an exciting product offering that our players love and are always looking for ways to strengthen it.

“The mix of engaging jackpots, big-name slots and real-time promotional capabilities make them the perfect addition for us.”

Players at the set of sites will now have access to a host of titles that have attracted a series of industry awards in 2020, as well as Red Tiger ‘s daily jackpots which have paid out over €34 m so far in 2020.

Chris Looney, Red Tiger’s commercial director said: “Our games perform well among both casino and bingo players and both are well represented among Dazzletag’s growing clientele.

“They have a progressive approach and are representative of the successful breed of independent operator in the industry. We’re looking forward to working with the in the coming months.”

Last month, after sharing a data report detailing the January-June timeframe, SlotCatalog listed Red Tiger’s remake of the NetEnt classic Piggy Riches as the top slot in the UK market so far in 2020.

Via its bi-annual slots popularity market reports entitled ‘SlotCatalog Awards,’ the data-driven intelligence network for slot games across the igaming sector has shared its insights.

 

This, according to the company, looks at “the most qualitative, popular, and highly positioned casino game releases during the first half of 2020 by analysing 18,000 slot games, 385 game providers and over 1,800 online casinos across various geographical markets.”