After launching the five-reel and 40-payline Esqueleto Mariachi video slot five weeks ago, online casino games developer Red Tiger Gaming Limited has now announced that it will be premiering a new title themed on the upcoming The £100k Drop television game show.
Isle of Man-based Red Tiger Gaming Limited explained that the television version of The £100k Drop is scheduled to premiere on the United Kingdom’s Channel 4 network from Monday and be fronted by popular presenter Davina McCall. It stated that the new show has been envisioned as a daytime take on the former The Million Pound Drop program, which finished in 2015 after running for eleven series, and will see contestants attempt to win up to £100,000 ($136,000) by correctly guessing a series of questions.
Red Tiger Gaming Limited declared that its launch of The £100k Drop video slot follows the signing of a deal with the Endemol Shine Gaming subordinate of media firm Endemol Shine Group and is to moreover see it premiere an online blackjack game themed around the Dutch company’s popular Deal Or No Deal program.
Gavin Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer for Red Tiger Gaming Limited, proclaimed that he was ‘delighted’ to have inked the partnership with Endemol Shine Gaming before revealing that the new The £100k Drop video slot is to be offered to all of his firm’s United Kingdom-facing operator clients including Kindred, Paddy Power Betfair, The Rank Group, William Hill and GVC Holdings.
“We have hugely talented commercial and technical teams and this launch is a credit to them as we continue to expand our reach and the portfolio of great games and tools that we offer casinos,” read a statement from Hamilton.
For his part, Mark Woollard, Commercial Director for Endemol Shine Gaming, proclaimed that Red Tiger Gaming Limited has built a ‘great reputation’ as an innovative video slot provider before describing the new partnership as a ‘natural decision’.
“We anticipate a long and fruitful partnership with this fast-growing games company and look forward to the game rewarding players just like the show,” read a statement from Woollard.