NetEnt has added to its ever expanding portfolio with the release of Jumanji, as the firm attempts to bring its own twist to its universe “by transforming the calamities that befell Alan into features with slot mechanics”.
Pushing ahead with its ‘mobile-first’ strategy, digital gaming giant NetEnt has rolled out a new slot that puts emojis at the heart of the action.
The mobile sector now accounts for more than half of NetEnt’s revenues, and according to CEO, Per Eriksson, the company will continue to develop its games with a ‘mobile-first’ mindset.
Following a successful launch period in the European igaming markets of the UK, Austria, Switzerland and Germany, industry live gaming specialist Codeta has high ambitions for 2017.
Paddy Power has stepped up its multi-channel approach thanks to a new deal with slots developer NetEnt to offer games both online and in its betting shops.
NYX Gaming Group (NYX), an end-to-end supplier to lotteries, casinos and gaming operators across the globe, has secured a licensing agreement which allows for the distribution of NYX gaming content to the Italian land-based market.
A breakdown of some of the more interesting figures to emerge from the gambling industry in the past seven days.
Edward Ihre is the founder of Codeta, a new online casino with ambitions to lead the way in live gaming provision.
After revealing widespread financial growth across the business during the first quarter of the year, Per Eriksson, chief executive and president of NetEnt, has said the company is set up for an “exciting” year, with plans to further expand its service offering.