The Hellenic Gaming Commission has granted Red Rake Gaming a licence to offer its content to operators in the regulated Greek market, indicating that it “solidifies its commitment towards Greek operators and players.”
Asserting that “Greece has always been a very strong market for Red Rake Gaming,” the supplier claims that the licence would allow it to continue delivering its content to Greek licenced operators as it pursues further market expansion.
Nick Barr, MD at Red Rake Gaming Malta said: “Greece has always been a very strong market for our content, demonstrated through our extensive client portfolio in the market.
“Our regulated market reach continues to grow continuously with more exciting markets lined up for Q4 2021 and Q1 2022.
“We are looking forward to continuing our strong performance in the marketplace and delivering the best content for the Greek players.”
Red Rake’s Super Series of games, which includes Super 12 Stars, Super 15 Stars, and the most recent release in the series, Super 20 Stars, will be made available to Greek licenced operators, as well as other titles like Alchemy Ways, Max Dangerous and the Lost Relics, Tommy Gun’s Vendetta, and Flamingo Paradise.
Furthermore, the provider will continue to expand its game portfolio for the market, using a regional approach and keeping Greek players in mind throughout the development process.
Its latest market entry marks yet another potential for the company to expand its presence in Greece, and it follows a string of similar deals, including a recent content arrangement with Betfun that secured the company’s first foray into Argentina.