Red Tiger Together With NetEnt Launch In US

Published: 20th November 2020
Author: Joe Kizlauskas
Last Updated: 14th December 2021

In collaboration with gaming device supplier NetEnt Company, game developer Red Tiger has launched its US market launch at the and sites of Rush Street Interactive in Pennsylvania.

The business has directly integrated with RSI to offer a variety of titles for players in the state, backed by NetEnt’s Pennsylvania licence. Gonzo’s Quest MegaWays and Cash Volt are part of the initial launch of the games. Some of Red Tiger’s most famous seasonal titles will also soon be joined by these player favourites.

The President of Rush Street Interactive, Richard Schwartz, noted: “We are excited to partner with NetEnt Group to be the first online operator in Pennsylvania to bring these top-quality Red Tiger casino games to our players.

“To also be the first to debut Red Tiger slots in the US is thrilling, and we have no doubt that these already proven online casino games will quickly become favourites for our players.”

In addition, local and regular jackpots from Red Tiger are set to be made available later this year to players from BetRivers and PlaySugarHouse in Pennsylvania.

Brian Kraft, Commercial Vice President, Americas at NetEnt, commented: “We’re proud to have reached this milestone of entering the US market with Red Tiger content, particularly while working to deliver the project in such an accelerated fashion. This progress really demonstrates the capabilities of NetEnt Group.

“Given the success we’ve had with NetEnt games I expect this important addition to further strengthen our position as market leader in the US and we’re delighted to be launching with Rush Street Interactive, a market leader in their own right. Looking ahead, we will aim to expand Red Tiger games into further regulated states in the coming months.”

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Joe is a seasoned iGaming copywriter and speaker who has been in the business since 2015. He's written more words on all elements of iGaming than he likes to remember, and he's contributed material to a number of well-known brands. Joe may be seen playing 5 a side, at the gym or playing games on his Playstation when he is not writing.