Vivo Gaming has praised a partnership with Red Rake Gaming that provides “everything we need to deliver an even stronger, unrivalled casino offering.”
The arrangement will see Red Rake Gaming’s catalogue of games added to the live casino provider’s third-party offering, bolstering its third-party offering.
The partnership has been praised for displaying “positive adoption and performance, particularly across various regions in Asia, accounting for 30 percent of market operators’ participation rate.”
Red Rake has been operating since 2016 and has a portfolio of 18 games available in Belgium, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Portugal, Romania, Malta, Colombia, the United Kingdom, and Belarus.
Rapid market expansion
Nick Barr, managing director at Red Rake Gaming Malta said: “This partnership underlines both our and Vivo Gaming’s rapid market expansion. It is always a pleasure to work with such ambitious, like-minded partners.
“Vivo Gaming is a live dealer provider with enormous reach and I’m sure the addition of our extensive portfolio will only benefit that further as they continue to expand and differentiate themselves from the competition.”
Vivo Gaming operates more than 60 live tables on three continents, serving 150 customers and streaming Asian, Latin American, and European styles 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Baccarat, blackjack, roulette, poker, and Dragon Tiger are among the games available, which are available in more than 27 languages and 178 currencies, including several cryptocurrencies.
Stronger, unrivalled casino offering
Vivo Gaming’s head of account management, Nadine Thys, explained: “This deal provides us with everything we need to deliver an even stronger, unrivalled casino offering including tailor-made, high performing tournament software.
“Red Rake has proven to be highly influential over the years and we are delighted to add their content to our market-leading third-party roster.”
This is the latest in a series of commercial collaborations acquired by Red Rake Gaming, with Vivo Gaming joining Singular, Small Screen Casinos, Gamingtec, and Gaming1.