After an exclusive launch with Irish bookmaker, Paddy Power, casino games development company, Red Tiger has rolled out its new Tournaments feature to the iGaming market.
The Isle of Man-based based supplier’s games consistently perform at a high level across its broad client base. Red Tiger also provides its partners with a dynamic suite of engagement tools that help to capitalize on the strength of its gaming proposition. Smart spins, jackpots and tournaments all work flawlessly with any portion or its full portfolio of games.
According to the official press release…
This particular gamification tool, Tournaments, allows players the opportunity to transform their spins into prizes while they compete on their preferred Red Tiger game, such as Mystery Reels and Pirates’ Plenty. Points can be accumulated in various ways, such as large multiplier wins, consecutive losses, or consecutive wins.
The gamification layer also comprises leaderboards on each respective game, which regularly update in actual time. And by doing so, allows players to track their progress for the duration of the tournament.
Commenting on its latest feature, Director of Business Development for Red Tiger Gaming, Carl Ejlertsson, said…
“We are very pleased to now be able to offer our Tournaments feature to all of our operator partners. We were delighted with the results of its six months pre-launch exclusivity with Paddy Power, so we’re eager to see how the tool will be received by players across the full breadth of the industry.”
The online slots developer goes on to explain that the new functionality is dispatched by way of a ‘seamless integrated in-game panel’ which provides the option of offering any mix of its game recognition engine, Smart Spins bonuses, daily jackpots or tournaments.
Launch of the new Tournaments gamification tool comes just days after Red Tiger premiered its latest video slot, The Greatest Train Robbery. The 5×4 video slot features cloning wilds, respins, mystery symbols and extra spins for wins of over 2,000x!
The casino game and software provider’s popular games also recently went live with NetBet.