Red Rake Gaming has commented on the latest stage of its strategic European expansion strategy after asserting that focus in the short-term is firmly fixed upon the Belarusian market.
The country introduced regulations in 2019 with operators required to obtain the relevant licenses ahead of a potential closure for non-regulated operators scheduled to take effect from April 1, 2021, two years after it first introduced the licensing framework.
The casino games developer, based in Spain and Malta, comments that “delivering into regulated markets is at the heart of Red Rake Gaming’s growth strategy,” with the move being made due to the demand from clients and the response of game content in the region.
As a result the company says that a selection of its “top performing” games will be made available to the Belarus licensed operators, including what it lauds as the “record breaking” Super12Stars, combining feature games and bonus rounds from all its predecessors in the Super series of games.
Additional titles from the company’s portfolio include Million 7 – giving players a million ways to win, The Asp of Cleopatra, Ryan O’Bryan and Mysteries of Egypt.
Nick Barr, managing director for Red Rake Malta, commented that this latest market entry represents a superb opportunity for the company to further its reach throughout the continent: “We are continuing our commitment to driving our regulated market strategy and Belarus is the first new market for 2020, with more markets in the pipeline.
“It is important to Red Rake Gaming that we continue to support our clients in new markets strategies. Our games have been notably well received in the region, and we are looking forward to continuing to grow with our clients and delivering the finest games to the Belarusian players.”