The Malta Gaming Authority has approved a gaming supply license for online games and software supplier, Red Tiger Gaming, and the Alderney Gambling Control Committee has likewise approved the Isle of Man-headquartered developer for a Category 2 Associate supply license.
According to the official press release…
The new licenses are key to further expanding Red Tiger’s presence in regulated markets and enable it to continue to offer its comprehensive games portfolio to operators who are in two of the most significant jurisdictions in gaming.
Accreditation and certification:
The approvals come on the heels of the provider realizing ISO 27001 accreditation and the certification of its games in Denmark, Spain and Italy as the company prepares for a significant push into regulated markest in the new year.
Commenting on the approvals, Chief Executing Officer for Red Tiger, Gavin Hamilton said the licensures were in keeping with the company’s effort to grow its footprint in existing markets and continue to enter regulated ones.
“expand our headcount”
He added, “These licences mark a milestone in our journey as a supplier and are particularly significant in Malta, where we have established a significant presence and will continue to expand our headcount there over the next twelve months.
“We’re are very pleased to have been approved for the new licences, which recognises not only the excellence of our products and their complementary tools, but also our commitment to social responsibility and transparency,” said Hamilton.
In addition to the recent launch of new video slots including Jack In A Pot and Pirates Plenty, the developer entered into a commercial agreement with Gibraltar-based operator group, Mansion.