Barr sets out expansion goals in new Red Rake Gaming role
Nick Barr has outlined his desire to take Red Rake Gaming into new markets after being appointed as managing director of its Malta operations.
Barr was previously sales director at Genii and has now joined online and mobile casino content supplier Red Rake as part of its ongoing expansion strategy.
Red Rake is already regulated in Spain and Italy, but also has a number of licence applications in place in markets around the world as it seeks out new business opportunities.
Barr told iGamingBusiness.com that this growth strategy will be a key focus in his new role with the company, adding that he is “excited” to be playing a major part of the effort.
“The main goal for Red Rake is to drive its expansion, bring new clients on board and move into new markets, of which regulated markets will play a pivotal role,” Barr told iGamingBusiness.com.
“Already, we have applications in progress to move into the UK, Portugal and Romania to mention but a few.
“We have already seen the desire from clients for us to enter new markets with them and due to our highly skilled technical team, we can meet all regulation requirements within a very short period of time.
“I firmly believe the games being produced are some of the best games in the industry with a strong focus on feature games and bonus games which resonate with players, proven by the fantastic results we see from our clients.”
Red Rake has been active for around two years and has already sealed content deals with a number of major brands, including SlotsMillion.
Carlos Fernández Aguilar, head of business development and co-founder of Red Rake, added: “We have experienced rapid growth since we started our operations two years ago, but our plan is to establish us as the go-to content supplier in the market and we think Nick is the perfect person to help us achieving that.
“His experience, knowledge and skills are invaluable and I would like to take this opportunity to welcome him to the team and look forward to working closely together over the coming months and years.”