Published on 30 March 2015 by Sebas
With probably Mr Green soon even more present on Europe’s second biggest iGaming market, being that of Italy, with GameSys to about 4 million bingo players in the UK, with Full Tilt Poker to millions of online poker playing enthusiasts all over
the world and with Danske Spil comfortably seated on the online gaming ‘couch’ of the Danish government… Netent nowadays is everywhere (where realistic winds of regulated markets rage…).
Netent going ‘regulated’ places…
It’s like Per Eriksson, CEO of Netent, at one point (probably sometime in 2013) called all the company’s representatives to assemble for an official company briefing (probably partly by online video conference), in which he (probably) stated something like: “We (the company) will restitute ALL your travel expenses, as long as you travel to the four corners of the world to come back with some nice ‘license agreement’ deals for us to close with casino operators now or in the near future (probably also) present on regulated markets”.
Since that blessed briefing on a (I imagine ‘rainy’) Monday morning in Stockholm we’ve been literally ‘flooded’ with ‘waves’ of Netent press releases, announcing one closed ‘license agreement deal’ after the other and virtually always with the biggest players on… exactly… regulated markets.
The most notable Netent license deals
The first ‘wave’ of license deals Netent managed to close were mostly with the biggest casino operators focused on the UK regulated market. In a short period Net Entertainment could add some of the most illustrious British online gaming operators to its list of clients, having closed agreements with operators like Bet365, Ladbrokes, Paddy Power, William Hill and Betfair (to name a few). By now all these operators have added Netent casino games to their portfolio and are included in our list of safe and reliable Netent Casinos.
Then Net Entertainment focused on the Italian regulated market inking agreements with (and currently providing games to) major licensed operators like LottoMatica, Totosi, the GameAccount network (EuroBet), Sisal and Snai. And with Mr Green Casino having obtained permission from the Italian authorities last week to use their in January of this year acquired MyBet Italia license, will probably also get the Netent games being offered in the Italian version of the Mr Green Casino (to be launched the coming months) too.
A deal with the famous (and biggest) worldwide operating online poker provider Full Tilt Poker has brought Netent games to online poker fanatics all over the world and the only 2 weeks ago announced deal with UK bingo giant GameSys will not only make Netent products available to about 4 million GameSys (bingo) players but potentially also to millions of online casino players on the other ‘hot’ market to explore, the one of the United States of America.
Netent deal with Danske Spil same story…
The license agreement deal closed with Danske Spil that was announced last week by Net Entertainment isn’t much different than most of the above described covenants. Danske Spil is the former Danish state-owned gambling monopolist, privatized in 2012 when Denmark liberalized its (online) gaming market, and thus one of the major players on the Danish regulated market. Besides this the online casino still is sort of a ‘primus inter pares’ among the Danish casino license holders, still enjoying some privileges granted by the Danish government other casino operators don’t have.
Now Netent by its pact with Danske Spil is comfortably seated on the Danish (government) regulated gaming couch we’re only waiting for the moment the Netent casino games actually will go online at the casino. As soon as this is the case you’ll be the first to be informed about it over here.