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Hourly Jackpots from Red Tiger

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Online casino games developer Red Tiger has announced that it will be expanding the number of payouts on its Jackpots Network, which was launched in April this year.

According to Red Tiger, the Jackpot Network has proven popular with operators and players, and has paid out over €8 million since it was established, and in an attempt to build on that success, they are adding hourly jackpot payouts to their existing schedule of daily jackpots. The new system will enable players to battle for jackpots every hour, with prize funds regularly reaching four figures.

In August this year, the Daily Drop Jackpot Network produced its biggest winner so far, when a Betsson gamer landed a prize of €78,429 with a €2 stake playing on Dragon’s Luck Power Wheels, and the company are hoping that the introduction of hourly prizes will prove just as popular with players and operators who are part of the Red Tiger network.

Talking about the updated jackpot structure, the Business Development Director of the company, Carl Ejlertsson, said that the Jackpot Network had been a big hit with players and operators:

“Adding must-drop jackpots every hour gives the former even more chance of scooping tasty cash prizes on our games and is a truly ‘win-win’ product for all concerned.”

Red Tiger was launched in 2014 and has grown quickly to become a leading producer of casino and gaming software, with a particularly strong reputation in the jackpot sector. Employing 170 people at sites in Malta, the Isle of Man and Bulgaria, the company was acquired by the NetEnt Group earlier this year for a price of £200 million, which could rise to £223 million by 2022.

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