Holland Casino bolsters slot offerings through Red Tiger and NetEnt

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NetEnt and Red Tiger’s roster of slot titles will soon be available to Holland Casino Online’s players.

Evolution Group has secured a partnership with Holland Casino Online for its slot subsidiaries to supply their catalogues to the Netherlands market. 

James Jones, Head of Business Development at Evolution, stated: “We are very happy to have partnered with Holland Casino Online. We know their players will love having the chance to play so many great Red Tiger and NetEnt slots titles – and to have the chance to win big progressive jackpot payouts too. 

It marks another step in our journey in the Dutch market, and we look forward to continuing to expand our presence there and working with fantastic operators such as Holland Casino Online. We look forward to what we hope will be a long and fruitful relationship on both sides.”

Ran as a government agency, Holland Casino Online operates 14 land-based casinos across the country. Just last year they tapped into the online market, launching their online casino and betting service in October.

The deal with Holland Casino will see NetEnt bring a plethora of titles to the Dutch market including Gold Money Frog, Space Wars 2, FunkMaster and Knight Rider. Red Tiger’s full slot library will also be available, with games like Apache Way, Big Cat Rescue Megaways, and Primate King all set to hit Holland Casino’s players.

Holland Casino Online is well established within the gambling industry, but the Director of Digital Transformation, Jeroen Verkroost, is happy to see the agency increase its portfolio. “Holland Casino Online is always looking for ways to extend and enhance our players’ online gaming experience. We are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Evolution to offer their innovative games to our audience in the Netherlands.”

This agreement comes shortly after an agreement between Evolution and Supabets, which saw NetEnt and Red Tiger’s library of slots become available in South Africa at the start of this month.