On the heels of its landmark agreement with Endemol Shine Gaming, online casino games developer Red Tiger Gaming has recently agreed a deal that has seen its games go live on Mr Green, with a tailored slot designed for the Swedish online casino operator soon to follow.

This week, Red Tiger Gaming’s Mystery Reels, Dragon’s Luck, Persian Fortune and Arcade Bomb, will join the developer’s initial launch of some of its most popular games including Treasure Mine, Ra’s Legend and its most recent release, Laser Fruit, according to the press release.

The titles will come complete with the supplier’s proprietary jackpot software, which will be utilized by Mr Green in sync with Smart Spins technology where players are rewarded in creative ways, such as the offer of unlimited spins for a specific amount of time.

Toward the latter part of this month, Mr Green will also reportedly roll out a Red Tiger game of its own called Lucky Mr Green, which will feature the online gambling company’s eponymous namesake who will be fully outfitted with his trademark head to toe greenery and accompanied by 1920’s era showgirls.

Chief Executive Officer for Red Tiger Gaming, Gavin Hamilton, said that they’re “delighted to have launched with Mr Green and look forward to seeing how our games perform, alongside the unique software that underpins them.

“It is also great that our studio has been able to support our new partner with a game of their own to cement the relationship and make the most of their distinctive brand personality,” said Hamilton.

Also commenting on the content deal, Head of Games for Mr Green, Benedict McDonagh, said that Red Tiger Gaming produces excellent marketing tools and games and they are “very pleased” to have the opportunity to offer them to their players.

“We’re particularly hopeful that they will enjoy playing Lucky Mr Green which squares the circle between our popular brand and the great games offered by Red Tiger,” said McDonagh.

The recent signing also closely follows a similar content deal Red Tiger penned with pragmatic Play last month.