Global mobile online gaming services and solutions provider, Nektan, has announced the signing of an agreement that has seen it become the latest to begin offering a selection of live-dealer table games from prominent Swedish developer, NetEnt AB.
Roulette and blackjack:
The Gibraltar-headquartered innovator used an official press release published by European Gaming Media and Events to detail that the deal has seen its Evolve gaming platform integrate a selection of live-dealer games from NetEnt including roulette and blackjack titles.
Improved operator choice:
Nektan stated that the alliance means that the ‘white-label’ network of some 152 online casinos that currently utilize its Evolve platform will now be able to offer ‘a greater choice of content for a wide variety of tastes and gaming preferences’ by utilizing the live-dealer games from NetEnt.
Michael Byrne, Business-to-Consumer Chief Operating Officer for Nektan, declared that the arrangement has further enhanced the pair’s long-term relationship while adding even more content to a platform that had already offered a selection of over 750 HTML5-friendly games from some 27 developers.
Byrne’s statement read…
“NetEnt AB has a strong reputation for developing high-quality live-dealer games. Adding its games onto the Evolve platform fits with our strategic ambitions of offering the widest range of premium content on the market for our customers. We’re sure they’ll become an instant hit with our operator partners and their players, providing one of the best live casino experiences available on the market.”
Expanding its ‘live casino footprint’:
For her part, Christine Lewis, Commercial Director for Stockholm-based NetEnt, proclaimed that Nektan has a ‘global reach’ via its Evolve platform and that the latest agreement is all part of her firm’s a strategy ‘to expand our live casino footprint.’
Lewis’ statement read…
“NetEnt AB’s live casino offering is all about the player experience, so we are convinced that players around the world will enjoy playing our games on Nektan’s Evolve platform.”