Red Tiger Gaming, a newer casino games developer with a team in both Europe and Asia, has created quite a buzz this year for its rapid slot releases and innovations. And the many dozens of slots that have come out this year alone are spreading like hot pies across some of the industry’s best casinos, especially the UK and Scandinavia. And for the past week alone, both Bede Gaming and Kindred Group have come on board as well.
While we have been a little negative about NetEnt recently for the pirated games that rogue casinos are avidly selling to their players, here’s some good news especially for players from the Czech Republic. Following new gaming legislation in this country and the new operator agreement, NetEnt games are now officially available for local players at the country’s largest betting agency – Tipsport.
The month of October has been a busy one for a leading iGaming developer Yggdrasil, and November just had a great start with a deal with Jackpotjoy Group. This means Yggdrasil slots will soon also be available for Danish players on big brand casinos like Vera&John and InterCasino, which score high on our FRank as well.
Halloween or not, but the number of horror rip-off casinos continues to grow. Fortunately, our friends at LatestCasinoBonuses (LCB) are on a roll too, zapping them like ghostbusters. In the month of October alone, the community has spotted at least two new fake casinos, one of which – WinnerMillion – we wrote about just last week. Now let’s see how the guys at Matrix Casino are trying to steal your money.
At Playtech, things move so quickly that one week they release a new jackpot game and then just a couple weeks later it pays more than £1 million in total rewards. But the biggest surprise came on the 19th October, when one lucky winner hit the largest ever Omni-channel jackpot and claimed much of that amount while playing the Age of the Gods Live Roulette at Casino.com.