Online casino games and software developer, BOSS. Gaming solutions, has partnered with premium supplier of digitally distributed gaming systems, NetEnt.
According to the recent press release…
The fresh deal with the leading provider of games to the world’s most successful online casino operators is an advantageous one for the Cyprus-based company’s partners and clients, as BOSS. Gaming has enhanced their portfolio with well-designed and engaging online slots, card and table games, jackpots and more.
Important step for company:
Chief Operating Officer for the developer, Catalina Lukianenko, said, “NetEnt is a world-class and award-winning game provider, known for their high-quality content. This is an important step in the development of our gaming product, and we’re excited to collaborate with a giant of iGaming industry.”
Nuts and bolts:
An independent software developer and supplier of white label and sports betting solutions, BOSS provides tailored cost-effective software solutions for online and retail iGaming operators and offers its clients full assistance in marketing, affiliates, licensing, accounting, management, customer service, technology, operational support, etc.
Gaming Serice License:
This summer, BOSS rebranded itself from BOSS Gaming Studio to better reflect the company’s recent growth and 360 solution with multiple products, which reaches “far beyond the capabilities of a standalone studio,” and also recently announced that it has received a Gaming Service License from the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA).
The European Commission approved Malta’s new gaming law in July this year completely overhauling the country’s gambling industry regulations. Rather than the multi-tiered system that was in place, the Malta Gaming Authority only issue one of two licenses, one is business-to-business (B2B) and the other is business-to-consumer (B2C). The new Gaming Act came into effect on July 1, 2018.
NetEnt earned not one, but two awards including Casino Content Supplier of the Year and Software Supplier of the Year, at this year’s EGR Italy Awards on Thursday, October 4 in Aldrovandi Villa Borghese, Rome.
The developer was up against stiff competition including as Pragmatic Play, Play’n GO, Evolution Gaming, Espresso Games, SG Digital, Yggdrasil, Playtech and Habanero.