Red Rake And BlueOcean Gaming Sign Content Aggregator Deal

Published: 25th August 2021
Author: Joe Kizlauskas
Last Updated: 27th April 2023

The content provider’s full portfolio of slots will be integrated into the latter’s GameHub thanks to a partnership between Red Rake Gaming and BlueOcean Gaming.

As part of the agreement, Red Rake Gaming’s entire game library – which includes over 50 titles such as its Super Series and MillionWays to Win slots – will be accessible through its GameHub game aggregator with a single integration.

Interesting and up to date offerings

Dejan Jović, CEO at BlueOcean Gaming said: “At BlueOcean gaming we are always delighted to start collaborating with new game providers to keep our offer interesting and up to date.

“Adding high-quality Red Rake games to our existing portfolio is definitely great news. With their innovative approach, max level of engagement, and reliability we will be able to provide our clients with exciting new content.”

Nick Barr, MD of Red Rake Gaming Malta, echoed Jovi’s enthusiasm for the arrangement, praising BlueOcean Gaming’s aggregation offering as “one of the most extensive in the marketplace.”

Increased market share

He concluded: “The partnership will allow Red Rake Gaming to continue to increase its market share across BlueOcean’s key markets and further enhance their clients offering with our feature rich content.”

The agreement comes on the heels of Red Rake Gaming’s recent cooperation with SkillOnNet, which saw the igaming company add its content suite to the latter’s portfolio earlier this month.

Red Rake games such as Parrot Bay, Fruits ‘n Jars, Alchemy Ways, and Max Dangerous and the Lost Relics were added to the gaming lobbies of SkillOnNet brands as part of the integration.

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