Spain-based developer of online and mobile casino content, Red Rake Gaming, has inked a partnership agreement with Malta-based developer of both online gambling and sports betting software, Platin Gaming.
According to the official press release, the new collaboration will, post-integration, see Platin Gaming with a broad range of HTML5 video slots known for their detailed and quality design. Some of the most popular titles that will be incorporated into Platin Gaming’s online casinos include The Asp of Cleopatra, Viva Las Vegas, Mystic Mirror and the recently released Maya. Due to their exceptional user experience, special features and extra bonus rounds, these video slots have been successful and are therefore expected to be received as well by users of Platin Gaming.
The Spanish online games developer is currently working on new and creative releases that will be presented in the New Year, February 5-9 at ICE London, stand N9-325. The event represents the entire gaming industry covering landbased and online channels across all sectors.
Collaboration a “major step”:
Managing Director for Red Rake’s operations in Malta, Nick Barr, commented on the new agreement, saying, “We are sure that this collaboration will be a major step forward for both companies due to both Platin Gaming’s extensive experience and rapid growth as a developer as well as the wide range of games based on gamer user-experience, which we will integrate in from the start”.
Ensure quality product:
Also commenting on the collaboration, Commercial Director for Platin Gaming, Matthijs Vogelenzang, said, “Our collaboration with Red Rake marks yet another step in ensuring that Platin Gaming is well equipped with all the necessary tools in this highly competitive industry. Red Rake Gaming is known for its large game catalogue and ground-breaking titles and together we will ensure delivery of quality to both our B2B partners and their players”.
Other recent partnerships:
In addition to the Spanish casino games developers recent slot games releases, Maya and Viva Las Vegas, the Valencia-headquartered company also inked a partnership deal with digital entertainment company Patagonia Entertainment and Casino Barcelona.