Red Rake Gaming Welcomes GVC Holdings

Spain and Malta focused on online casino content maker Red Rake Gaming welcomed the signing of a “key partnership” with GVC Holdings, “one of the industry’s major online casino operators.”

The distribution agreement will see Red Rake supplying the firm with its entire igaming suite, providing players with access to the group’s gaming portfolio and progressive tournament tools to enhance GVC ‘s existing casino offering across its major gaming brands and markets.

Under the terms of the agreement, a multitude of titles will be integrated, including Gustav Minebuster, a cluster slot that allows players to win up to 20,000x, Mother of Horus, lauded as “one of the fastest rising stars” with fixed jackpots, free spins and non-stop action, Million7, offering players one million ways to win with this 106 slot, and the recently released Secrets of the Temple.

Obdulio Bacarese, GVC director of commercial management, said: “We are truly excited to be working with Red Rake Gaming, a provider that continues to bring innovative new themes to the market. Red Rake Gaming’s diverse portfolio is a fantastic addition to our ever-expanding content across our sites. We look forward to building our partnership with Red rake in the coming years.”

Red Rake Gaming is licenced in Spain, UK, Malta, Portugal, Sweden, Belgium , Italy and Romania, and has licences in Malta and the UK as well.

This latest deal follows on from Red Rake continuing to expand through a link-up earlier this month with B2B software provider Dench eGaming Solutions, which sees the entity boosted by a number of additional slots, mechanics, themes, bonus features and game metrics.

Commenting on this partnership, Nick Barr, managing director for Red Rake Malta: “This is a key partnership due to the synergies between the companies, and allows us to increase our foothold in already very strong markets for our games. We are very much looking forward to working with the team of professionals at GVC, and are confident we will mutually benefit from this collaboration.”