Last year in December, Net Entertainment officially launched their new content aggregation platform named NetEnt Connect. The idea was to have multiple operators connect with each other through the software provider, granting each access to wider target markets and new games to be presented on a shared platform.
NetEnt is proud to announce that a multitude of successful operators have now signed on since the opening from last month. The first operator, which signed on to NetEnt Connect was Casino Room, presented by Ellmount Gaming Ltd. This was after a range of Red Tiger Games was launched, placing them in the NetEnt Connect collection for sharing. Since that day, many new operators have come to NetEnt Connect to take part in the advantages of working in a shared community. After validating their services and monitoring closely of any potential partners, this growth has come from the hard work at establishing ties and presenting new ideas to the table. Not only has the number of operators grown, but the amount of games available to share has increased in turn.
Examples of the fresh new partners to join up are Bethard and GML Interactive Brands Stoiximan in Greece and Betano in Germany. These partners have given NetEnt Connect a bigger net to surround more parts of the world. Now, over 99 games have been added to the portfolio, and this is continuing to grow with more partners joining in. Red Tiger themselves are still adding games to the shelves, such as their soon-to-be-launched Daily Timed Jackpots. These will also be available to the operators joined as well.
The Director of NetEnt Connect, Rob Fell, discusses the excitement from this growing community.
“The beta launch of NetEnt Connect has been successful. Now we are looking to ramp up even more to make use of NetEnt’s far reaching customer relationships and integrations,” Mr. Fell said.