Red Tiger agrees new content supply deal with Nordic firm Paf

On the heels of its latest game launch, award-winning casino game and software supplier, Red Tiger Gaming, has inked a content agreement with Finnish online casino operator Paf (Ålands Penningautomatförening).

The recently-signed deal will make original video slots from the the Maltese casino games development company available to the international operator’s customers.

According to a press release…

…under the terms of the agreement, the integration will include popular titles from the developer’s portfolio such as Mystery Reels, Thor’s Lightning, based on Norse mythology the exciting video slot was released earlier this year, and Red Tiger’s latest blockbuster, Pirates’ Plenty, which was released on February 28.

Values aligned:

Red Tiger agrees new content supply deal with Nordic firm Paf

Commenting on the recent commercial deal, Chief Executive Officer for Red Tiger Gaming, Gavin Hamilton, said…

“Paf is an innovative operator committed to the highest standards of social responsibility and compliance, which aligns with our own values. We’re very excited about seeing how our games perform.

“With multiple licenses and a committed player base, as well as dedication to fair gaming, it is an exciting brand to have as a partner.”


For its part, Paf Chief Gaming Officer, Kim Johansson, added…

“We are delighted to welcome Red Tiger, which is a forward-thinking game supplier. Its player-friendly slots will provide a welcome addition to our portfolio.”

Benefit society:

Founded on Åland Islands in Finland in 1966, Paf is a regional government-owned Nordic gaming company. Its mission is to generate profit for the benefit of society. Many of the firm’s games on are exclusive to the company and developed by its in-house Games Studio. In addition to Åland, it has offices in Helsinki, Stockholm, Riga, Tallinn, Oslo, Norrköping and Madrid. and has licenses in Latvia, Estonia, Spain and Sweden.

Daily Drop:

In some exciting news for Red Tiger, the Malta-headquartered developer’s Daily Drop Jackpot Network has paid out over £2.5m making it the firm’s fastest-growing jackpot product, after having only launched in April. The wildly-popular jackpot product is now available across all of the casino games development company’s titles and to all sized operators and player types, which gives everyone the opportunity to win and promote some of the industry’s biggest prizes.