Red Tiger Gaming Entering Swiss Online Gaming Market via Grand Casino Baden

Red Tiger Gaming Entering Swiss Online Gaming Market via Grand Casino Baden
Red Tiger is finally set to go live in Switzerland thanks to the latest content deal

As announced in the company’s official press release a couple of days ago, Red Tiger Gaming is finally going live in Switzerland thanks to its business deal with Grand Casino Baden. This news came just several days after the company has released its latest slot game. Going live in the ever-growing Swiss online gaming market means launching its rich gaming portfolio with the country’s first fully licensed online gaming operator which works under the popular Gemanza gaming platform.

At the very beginning, the Grand Casino Baden’s popular brand will include nineteen Red Tiger Gaming-powered titles while more games will be added soon. The Grand Casino Baden’s online gaming website used to be a social casino, but it was transformed into a real money gambling destination after being approved by the country’s Federal Court.

All in all, all fans of online slot games registered at the Grand Casino Baden’s gaming platform will have access to mega-popular Red Tiger Gaming slots such as Dragon’s Fire, Pirates’ Plenty, Mystery Reels with more gaming being added soon including other mega-popular games such as Asian Fortune, Crazy Genie, Chinese Wilds, Divine Ways, Epic Journey, Dragon’s Luck, Gems Gone Wild, Esqueleto Mariachi, Golden Lotus, Laser Fruit, Lion Dance, Lucky Wizard, Mayan Gods, Ninja Ways, Ocean Fortune, Midas Gold, Red Phoenix Rising, Reel Heist and much more.

Grand Casino One of Four Swiss Casinos to be Granted a License

Prior to partnering with Red Tiger Gaming to offer the company’s games at its popular gaming platform, Grand Casino Baden applied for an online gaming license to the country’s online gaming regulator. In addition to Grand Casino Bade, three other Switzerland-based gaming operators have filled submission forms to the country’s regulator including Casino Zurichsee, Casino Davos, and Grand Casino Luzern.

Each of these operators filed their submission forms with the country’s regulator ESBK or Eidgenossische Spielbankenkommission. This happened after the country introduced the new Grambling Act in 2018 which meant new online gaming licensed offered to gaming operators active within the country’s borders. After Eidgenossische Spielbankenkommission assessment of these application forms submitted by the four gambling facilities, the country’s National Council made the final decision.

The decision was made and ESBK decided to block all unlicensed online gaming websites as of the 1st of July 2018. This was only one measure of the new Gambling Act which also introduced new gambling legislation that became active as of the 1st of January this year.

The New Gambling Act Allowing International Business Deals

The new gambling regulations introduced allowed Swiss operators to retain online gaming licenses as well as to partner with international parties and operators which led to Casino Devos teaming with Ardent Group from Belgium, Casino Zurichsee partnering with Playtech and finally Grand Casino Baden establishing its gaming platform which now features Red Tiger Gaming-powered games.

As it was reported by the Grand Casino Baden’s officials, the venue which used to operate as a social casino, fully free-play gaming site made the move to offer real money gaming as of the 7th of June this year after being granted license from the country’s Federal Court. Shortly after being granted the license, the casino’s real money gambling site started welcoming its first customers who can now access a wide range of Red Tiger Gaming slots among hundreds of other games.

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