Genting Bet Boosts Online Offering Upon After Partnership with Red Tiger Gaming
October 7th, and news broke of a partnership between Genting Bet and Red Tiger Gaming, Genting UK has signed a deal with the major software developer which will see their entire portfolio of slots available to customers. The deal will further enhance Genting Bet’s portfolio and strengthen its online offering.
Genting Bet and Red Tiger Gaming
Popular Red Tiger Gaming titles will now be added to the Genting Bet platform for the very first time and will see the likes of Pirates’ Plenty, Dragon’s Fire Megaways and Mystery Reels Megaways offered to players. The casino news of the deal comes a few days after Red Tiger announce the arrival of new hourly jackpots; the progressive jackpots that can be won alongside the three other ‘Daily Drop’ jackpots and of course the base game jackpots.
Genting Bet will also have access to the global software providers engagement tools, and this will allow them to create campaigns such as smart spins and tournaments. The vast catalogue of games feature themes perfect for key times of the year such as Halloween and Christmas.
More Choice More Often
Jeremy Taylor Managing Director of GentingBet said: “We are constantly reviewing and updating our product offering to ensure customers have access to a wide variety of games. Our partnership with Red Tiger, one of the world’s most innovative game developers, brings a broad range of casino slot games and unique gaming mechanics to our platform for the first time.”
Carl Ejlertsson, Business Development Director at Red Tiger, said: “We’re delighted to have launched with a brand as well-known and well-respected in the industry as Genting. We are confident that our games and the great promotional tools that come with them will resonate with their players, and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”
Genting Bet are a popular online casino establishment with a vast range of games ranging from live casino games to sportsbook options. Genting’s story began way back in 1965 when founder, Sri Lim Goh Tong, devised a plan to create a resort like no other; a gaming venue sat atop of the peak of Mount Ulu Kali near Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. Six years after the light-bulb idea, the venue was built in a complex measuring 10,000 acres within a once dense rainforest, 6,000ft above sea level, and it is considered the largest entertainment resort in the world; a venue which is still open to this day and welcoming almost 20 million visitors a year.
Genting arrived in the UK in 2004 when the owner purchased the famous Maxims Casino in Knightsbridge, London and in 2006, there were many buy-outs across the UK, including Palm Beach casinos in Mayfair, London and Crockfords.