Evolution‘s brands NetEnt and Red Tiger announced Friday that they have partnered with South African operator Supabets. Having already partnered with Evolution for its suit of Live games, the new announcement strengthens the bonds between the two companies, as Supabets now expands into the slots world.
This new deal sees Supabets become the first operator in the South African market with a slots selection. Having worked closely with the market regulator, the Mpumalanga Economic Regulator (MER), NetEnt and Red Tiger will now be supplying Supabets with an initial 175 games of its slot portfolio.
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— NetEnt (@NetEntOfficial) July 8, 2022
Marc Palxton-Harrison, Managing Director at Intelligent Gaming, said: “We are ecstatic to finally have MER approval for the launch of the NetEnt and Red Tiger world-class slots offering. We are confident they will do very well with Supabets and we look forward to adding the portfolio to our remaining SA clients.”
Dean Finder, Chief Executive Officer at Evolution Services SA, added: “We are delighted that we have the opportunity to expand our partnership with Supabets and that they will now have access to our portfolio of NetEnt and Red Tiger slot games. We hope their players will enjoy the diversity of the portfolio, as there truly is something available for everyone to enjoy.”
WOW! Thanks to Red Tiger’s latest deal with @Supabets_mzansi players in South Africa will now be able to play a whole host of @redtigergaming classics! 🇿🇦 🎰
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— Red Tiger (@RedTigerGaming) July 8, 2022
Launched back in 2008, Supabets is a successful African-based land and online betting and gaming company. It operates across South Africa, Ghana, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.