Ivan Montik, SoftSwiss’s chief executive, has told TotallyGaming.com that a new deal with Net Entertainment (NetEnt) is the company’s “most important” to date.
NetEnt chief executive Per Eriksson wants his company to establish itself as a market leader in the US after going live in New Jersey.
Exciting, fun, rewarding: sounds like everything that a gaming product should offer to its customers. However, those aren’t the words chosen by a happy punter that has just won big on the slots.
NetEnt said it hopes to further its brand in the US by entering the simulated gaming sector.
The Spanish market has created some unique challenges since the beginning of its liberalisation, but Enrico Bradamante, managing director and chief of European market operations at gaming developer NetEnt – which began offering its products in the country in June - has told TotallyGaming.com that...
Gaming developer NetEnt has said that it will consider land-based offerings across Europe after launching its first retail games at William Hill shops in the UK.
Bwin.party has said that a desire to retain its position as New Jersey’s most popular online casino is behind a new deal to provide software developer NetEnt’s games in the US state.
Gaming systems provider NetEnt has gone live in Spain on the day that the country announced that online gaming revenues had risen by almost 25 per cent compared to last year.
Online gaming content firm Net Entertainment (NetEnt) has begun preparations for its expected approval in Spain by entering into a licensing agreement with domestic gaming operator Codere.