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Red Tiger launches in Austria with win2day

Posted:: Oct 05, 2020 16:07 Category: Casino , Posted by Sofya Puzhaykina

Casino game and software developer Red Tiger has launched three of its biggest games with Austrian operator win2day

Gonzo’s QuestTM MegawaysTMPiggy RichesTM MegawaysTMand Mystery Reels MegawaysTM are all now live on the World Lottery Association member’s casino tab.

Chris Looney | SiGMA NewsTheir launch is also set to be backed by a dedicated TV and online campaign throughout the country to let players know they are available to enjoy.

Red Tiger’s Commercial Director, Chris Looney (seen left), said: “The three initial games that win2day have launched need no introduction and will prove to be an instant hit with customers.

Alongside other star performers from our portfolio, we also have the opportunity to launch our Daily Jackpots and it is great to join forces with yet another WLA member.”

Head of Casino and Marketing at win2day, Barbara Ableidinger, said: “Red Tiger’s games have an excellent reputation throughout Europe and we’re excited to be offering them. They are a perfect addition to our existing casino slot game offering on win2day.”

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