Published on 10 July 2014 by Sebas
Net Entertainment has inked yet another license agreement deal with a global “player” on the iGaming market. This time the Swedish / Maltese world leading casino software developing company signed a contract with bwin.party to, in the near future, provide some of its best (both desktop as well as mobile playable) casino games to the casino brands on the bwin.party platform.
After in a fast pace having signed deals with virtually all major UK based online gaming entertainment providers such as William Hill, Paddy Power, Bet 365 and Ladbrokes, Net Entertainment steadily keeps on expanding its games distribution channels throughout the world.
In March of this year Netent closed a deal with GameAccount Network, thus taking an even larger slice out of the Italian iGaming market pizza. And about one month later the company announced it had come to an agreement about supplying Netent games to the Rational Group, owner and operator of various leading online poker websites under which the illustrious and world-famous brands Full Tilt Poker and Pokerstars (the latter being undisputed the world´s biggest online poker gaming provider).
With the deal with bwin.party Net Entertainment seems to further penetrate the online poker gaming branch of iGaming. Because although bwin.party is an all-round online gambling entertainment provider, that operates various different betting and gaming websites, the company is best known for owning and operating PartyPoker, the world´s third largest online poker room (after Pokerstars and Full Tilt Poker).
As usual Björn Krantz, Chief of GMO and MD at Net Entertainment Malta Ltd., commented on the agreement, which he did as follows:
“We are very excited and proud that bwin.party has selected Net Entertainment as a supplier for a wide range of our best in class casino games to be distributed over their online casino network. bwin.party is a major player, and we are confident that our portfolio, and operational leadership will support bwin.party’s agenda to drive its casino business forward”
Director of Games at bwin.party Golan Shaked justified the choice for Net Entertainment products stating:
“We are upgrading our casino experience, focusing on content, user experience and multi-platform gameplay. The addition of Net Entertainment’s games, including titles such as Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest and TwinSpin, will significantly enhance our casino content offering and the entertainment we provide to our customers around the world.”
One of the consequences of all the partnership deals Net Entertainment is closing lately is that our readers are advised to keep an extra close eye on our daily Netent news flashes over here.
Because as soon as the Netent games are launched by the different “brands” (casino websites) of the respective online gaming platforms, these online casinos also (potentially) qualify for being added to our Netent Online Casino Guide, thus officially become a safe and reliable “Netent Casino” and thus providing us (and our readers) with yet another trustworthy Netent casino gaming option to informed choose and profit from.