Supabets Signs Exciting New Content Agreement With Red Tiger Gaming and NetEnt

Supabets Signs Exciting New Content Agreement With Red Tiger Gaming and NetEnt

South Africa’s leading operator Supabets has signed a new partnership agreement with two of the ever best developers of online casino games in the world today – Red Tiger Gaming and NetEnt.


As a result of the new deal, Supabets is going to be the first regulated operator in South Africa that can offer online slot games. In total, there will be a collection of 175 games that Red Tiger Gaming and NetEnt will be providing. These include many of the most well-known slots in the space today.


There is also the potential for more games to be added down the line. In order to pave the way for this agreement, Supabets worked closely with the market’s gambling regulator – the Mpumalanga Economic Regulator.


Both Red Tiger Gaming and NetEnt are owned by Evolution, the leading provider of live casino games. Supabets has already previously signed a deal with Evolution to cover live dealer games. These are some of the very best games of this kind in the space today.


The reaction to the agreements


Evolution’s CEO Dean Finder welcomed the signing of the new agreement. He hopes that Supabets players will really enjoy the diverse nature of the game collection, with there being something on offer for people of all tastes.


Supabets is under the ownership of Intelligent Gaming and the parent company’s managing director Marc Palxton-Harrison is delighted to get the relevant regulatory approvals. He believes that the current users will really enjoy the new titles and that there are plans to add the portfolio to some of its other brands in the region.


Expanding its presence


As well as signing these new deals Supabets is also committed to expanding its range of games, which are currently available to people in Ghana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, and South Africa.


There is an increasing level of interest across these markets for online casino games, such as slots, table games, and live dealer titles. While a lot of offshore platforms offer these types of games to the people in these regions, the regulated market is only getting up and running in recent times.