Red Star Poker Takes its Content to Playtech’s iPoker Network
Red Star Poker and Playtech have entered into an agreement that will see new content added to the developer’s exclusive iPoker Network.
The operator serves as a leading brand across Eastern European markets. This latest deal allows it to further cement its leadership in the region and at the same time increase the developer’s poker vertical.
Established in 2005, Red Star has been providing comfortable and secure poker experience to players worldwide. Hundreds of players choose this operator, particularly those looking for a high-quality poker experience.
The iPoker Network offers a top-notch liquidity pool. The network is backed by quality software and services developed in compliance with regulatory requirements of the jurisdictions it operates in. The network is focused on growth in regulated markets worldwide.
Comments from Both Sides
Representatives from Playtech say that they are delighted about welcoming Red Star to the network. They say that at a time when the poker market is facing challenges, its team is completely committed to facing the challenges head-on.
“We are delighted to welcome Red Star on board with Playtech. At a time when the Poker market is facing undeniable challenges, at Playtech we are completely committed to addressing those challenges head-on. Red Star’s decision to collaborate with us is a testament to our long-term investment in our Poker network and its ongoing development – and, of course, our commitment to our operators,” Shimon Akad, COO of Playtech said.
More on the Developer
Playtech, who recently partnered with GVC Holdings, was founded in 1999. Since then, its approach has been centered on the continual development of best-of-breed gaming products and content, and its success built upon strong partnerships with their licenses.
The company is the world’s largest online gaming software supplier offering cutting-edge, value added solutions to the leading operators in the iGaming industry. With a little over 5,000 employees in 17 countries, owning 140 global licenses in 20 regulated jurisdictions, the brand is a giant in its own right.
The company also offers cross-platform management systems, running via a unified information system called the IMS, providing operators with the tools to maximize cross-selling opportunities, player loyalty and yield. Its product suite can be fully integrated into a complete cross-platform offering, enabling the players to access online, broadcast, mobile and server-based gaming terminals through a single account.
Source: “Red Star Poker joins Playtech Poker network”. Playtech. November 18, 2019.