Red Rake Gaming, one of the leading online casino game providers, is expanding its social gaming vertical with the partnership with a German-based company, Ously Games.
Ously Games currently operates in the social gaming space and focuses on acquiring players in the German and Netherland markets. Its leading brand, Spin Arena, attracts players with the best possible experience to players all around the world.
Thanks to this collaboration, Ously Games will gain access to the entire portfolio of Red Rake Gaming, which has proven its strong performance in the iGaming market. Included in the partnership are Red’s Super Series of games, which loaded with non-stop action through its rich feature and bonus games, as well as the industry’s first 1 million ways to win genre.
Social gaming marks Red Rake Gaming’s first vertical entry into the gaming industry after spending more than 10 years in space. This is evident in the interaction and engagement embedded in their portfolio of content.
Red Rake Gaming representatives say that they are excited to do business with this new partner and that Spin Arena is sure to attract new customers in Europe.
Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Malta, commented on the partnership stating: “We are delighted to continue to build on our already proven social gaming vertical and excited about the partnership with Ously Games. They have been active in the vertical for numerous years driving various successful brands and we believe Spin Arena will be no exception to their success.”
Ously officials say that they are focused on providing the best gaming experience to their players and that working with Red Rake is a step towards achieving that goal.
Jochen Martines, CMO for Ously Games, added “Ously Games are focused on delivering the best player experience by giving our players diverse, engaging and feature rich casino content which this partnership delivers. Both companies have successfully operated in the social gaming space for many years which will ensure a long, thriving collaboration.”