The online gaming market in Switzerland will open in July. Red Tiger will be among the first to bring its games to the country. About thirty of its games have already received the necessary certifications. Additional security measures have already been taken in addition so that players can enjoy its titles without constraint.
The first insertion in Switzerland
Red Tiger is currently preparing to take another step forward in the online gaming industry, by integrating the Swiss market. Indeed, the supplier has already obtained certification for 30 of its most popular games. In addition, measures have been taken for the safety of the players. This is essential, because Switzerland wants to be a regulated market which puts the safety of players first.
Red Tiger has thus strengthened its online security by obtaining ISO 27001 certification last November. In addition, it is also already ready to establish partnerships with major operators in the country. You should know that Switzerland will officially open its games market on July 1, where the season is the most successful. Red Tiger will be among the first suppliers to get started, which is a big advantage for it.
One more step and great satisfaction
For Red Tiger, this entry into the Swiss games market is a big step forward. The supplier since its creation in 2014 continues its journey in search of the international market. Its commercial director Chris Looney said the Red Tige team is eager to launch in Switzerland. He adds: “We are delighted with the opportunities offered by the country “.
According to him, Red Tiger has the ambition to expand its expansion in regulated markets, which are important for gaining a good reputation. He reassures that the company is well placed to offer operators a portfolio of games that can generate income very quickly. It is an assurance proven elsewhere, where it has already established itself. Its establishment in Switzerland is the logical continuation of its development in Europe. It should be noted that Red Tiger has also just entered Denmark, Sweden and Italy.