Valencia based B2B online casino games provider Red Rake Gaming has been nominated in the EGR B2B Awards’ category Slot supplier, awarded to the best service providers in the online gaming industry. The annual ceremony will take place on the evening of Tuesday 25 June in the Tower of London.
Red Rake has high hopes for success
The Spanish company has started developing online casino games in 2011, initially operating in the social casino business, and became a B2B game provider for real money casinos in 2016, after the legislation in Spain finally allowed operators to apply for a license for video slots.
Since then the supplier has entered a number of strong partnerships and expanded massively. They pride themselves on delivering not only amazing and entertaining games but also the necessary tools to run a smooth and efficient operation, including unique features.
Red Rake’s Managing Director in Malta, Nick Barr, believes the nomination represents the recognition of their dedicated work and top-notch products.
“We are thrilled to have been nominated in one of the most prestigious iGaming B2B awards in the industry. The nomination is the testament to all the hard work and resulting growth Red Rake Gaming has experienced over the past year through the on boarding of a record number of new partners and continued expansion across numerous regulated markets. A big well done to the Red Rake gaming team, and we are looking forward to another exciting and fun evening delivered by EGR.”
EGR B2B Awards celebrates the achievements in all iGaming disciplines
The annual awards are organized by eGaming Review (EGR) Global, major publisher of breaking news and analyses in the industry, and they constitute one of the most reputable events on the gambling scene. They aim to reward and celebrate the very best service providers in the wide range of disciplines across the whole gaming sector, including betting and gaming software, networks, mobile, payments, recruitment, IT and infrastructure.
New categories have been added this year and the nominees will thus compete in the total of 41 different categories. The new ones starting from this year are Compliance & KYC supplier, Cryptocurrency services supplier, and Sportsbook platform supplier. Among the classic ones are for example Software rising star, Platform of the Year, Innovation in sports betting software, Data centre of the year, Lottery supplier, Multi-channel supplier and many others.
In charge of the voting process will be accountancy giant Deloitte. This is in line with EGR’s efforts to make the judging process as strict and transparent as possible.