Red Rake continues Italy growth via Octavian Lab integration

Red Rake Gaming has partnered with Italian provider Octavian Lab in an agreement to supply its products to the latter. 

Red Rake Gaming has partnered with Italian provider Octavian Lab in an agreement to supply its products to the latter. 

Red Rake Gaming has partnered with Italian provider Octavian Lab in an agreement to supply its products to the latter. 

The collaboration between the two will witness Octavian gain access to Red Rakes catalogue of games, including its Super Series, as well as its 1 million ways to win genre of titles. 

Nick Barr, Managing Director for Red Rake Malta, commented: “We are delighted to partner with Octavian Lab who are a force to be reckoned with in the Italian market with their wide host of Italian partners capitalising on their innovative platform and extensive offering. 

“Italy is one of Red Rake Gaming’s top regulated growth markets this year and the collaboration allows for us to continue our growth in this key market. 

“We are very much looking forward to working closely with the Octavian Lab team to provide the best localised offering to its partners.” 

Octavian Lab is a software house and service provider for the online betting and gaming sector operating in the Italian market. As a software house their core business is the development and improvement of their property software: Accounting Gaming Platform – AGP. 

“We are delighted to have struck a deal with a leading developer such as Red Rake, which has a strong reputation,” added Andres Galan, Sales Manager of Octavian Lab Octavian Lab. 

“Octavian Lab is reaching new customers and increasing its footprint as never before. It’s of utmost importance to strengthen our relationship with experienced suppliers like Red Rake. 

“We look forward to working with them and hope to build a long and prosperous professional relationship.”

The link-up from Red Rake continues the company’s growth after its recent partnership via Upgaming in March of this year, after the two renewed a “long-standing” deal with upgraded terms.

Author: Ava Harvey