New Red Rake Licence Strengthens Greek MarketPublished September 17, 2021 by Lee R
A new A2 license award in Greece ensure that Greek players will have access to tip titles in this rapidly emerging market.
Expanding in Greece
Premium casino content provider Red Rake Gaming's regulated entry is directly in keeping with the company's rich track record of working with market leaders to innovate in Greece to meet the high demand that the Greek market has rapidly come to be known for.
Red Rake's New License
Hellenic Gaming Commission HGC has awarded Red Rake Gaming an A2 license that looks to support Red Rake's expanded provision of content to licensed operators in Greece, in a region that has seen new deals proliferating as the market opens up.
New Content Delivery
This new deal opens the door for Red Rake to deliver its wide array of leading unique game content to Greece players such as Red Rake's record-breaking Super Series of games comprising Super 12 Stars; Super 15 Stars and the new round release Super 20 Stars slots offering new enhancements to the legendary feature games and bonus rounds which established the series' popularity.
Popular Titles Incoming
Other popular top-performing titles from Red Rake set to enhance offerings to Greek players include the million ways to win Alchemy Ways; along with Max Dangerous; the Lost Relics; Tommy Gun’s Vendetta; and Flamingo Paradise.
Adapting to Greece
In honor of Greek players, Red Rake Gaming has committed to adapting its growing games portfolio through a localised approach as the offerings to the market increase.
Red Rake's Goals
The deal fits essentially with Red Rake's growth strategy of ongoing delivery and expansion into regulated markets, and looks to be a prime way to marry the local Greece player demand with local market goals as boosted by the new Red Rake license.
Red Rake Leader Speaks
With Red Rake expanding rapidly into new markets, Red Rake Gaming MD Nick Barr gave a cogent update on the company development in the context of the latest license, saying that the company has more “exciting markets lined up for Q4 2021 and Q1 2022” and Barr looks forward “to continuing our strong performance in the marketplace and delivering the best content for the Greek players.”
The diversification of licensing in the Red Rake deal looks to be a great expansion component for the suddenly flourishing yet still emerging Greek market.