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Towards the end of 2015, Netent Casino brought you great news after NetEnt announced their coveted slots would be entering the Spanish market. After more than 18-months later, they’re looking to complete the set as the Swedish games designer stated that their table games will now be incorporated into some of the most popular brands in the industry – which we’ll get to shortly.
Spain’s iGaming market certainly enjoyed a substantial boost in the months succeeding NetEnt slots’ availability, so we’re sure the authorities will be looking for more of the same now the classics, such as roulette and blackjack, have been thrown into the equation.
Let’s take you through what’s been said about this Spanish expansion.
First and foremost, the table games won’t be released to Spanish internet casinos as soon as you’ve finished reading this article, as it takes a bit of time to dot the i’s and cross the t’s.
However, during their press release, NetEnt insisted that they will “add table games to its content offerings in Spain” this month.
The timing of this inclusion is not without point, as the company are celebrating their 2-year anniversary in the region after entering in June 2015. The firm’s Chief of European Market Operations and MD of Malta, Enrico Bradamante, had the following to say:
We are pleased to be expanding our offering to Spanish operators and look forward to celebrating our second anniversary in the market with our friends and customers
Next up is the important issue of exactly which internet casinos in Spain will be receiving NetEnt table games. While this list is certainly not expected to be exhaustive, some of the most famous gambling brands that have signed up include:
Keep your eyes peeled for more registered casinos in the coming months.
As the world’s leading online casino gaming solutions provider, NetEnt are aggressively pursuing licenses in regions across the globe. As iGaming is projected to grow and grow over the subsequent years, they’re smartly positioning themselves in preparation.
It wasn’t longer than a couple of days since we brought to your attention that NetEnt had entered into a partnership for Serbian players, this just a month after the company acquired a Canadian license in the British Columbia province.
Follow this up with the news that they won 3 gongs at the recent EGR Awards in London last week, and you’ve got yourself a very successful recent period!
As always, NetEnt continue to drive our beloved online casino entertainment forward.