Eminent online casino games developer NetEnt AB has announced the signing of an agreement that is to see an expanded range of its content go live for iGaming aficionados in Lithuania via the Betsafe brand from Swedish operator Betsson AB.
The innovator used an official Monday press release to proclaim that the deal follows ‘a series of portfolio enhancements’ and is to entail its full range of live online casino games being made available to punters in Lithuania courtesy of the domain at Betsafe.lt.
NetEnt AB stated that the ‘first of its kind’ integration is destined to strengthen its ‘stronghold in regulated European markets’ and see it become the inaugural provider of live online casino games for players in the small Baltic nation.
Andres Rengifo from NetEnt AB used the press release to declare that his firm’s live-dealer offering ‘has recently undergone a major revamp’ thanks to a succession of improvements that have bolstered ‘the player experience’ such as enhancements to ‘the user interface and navigation to make for a more intuitive design.’ He pronounced that this portfolio has moreover added new games such as Perfect Blackjack and Auto Roulette Studio that will now be made available to Betsafe players located across Lithuania.
Read a statement from Rengifo…
“We have worked tirelessly over the last year to transform the live casino player experience and it is great to see our efforts pay off with new partner launches and market entries such as our integration with Betsafe. We have high expectations for the market and couldn’t have found a better operator with which to enter the market.”
For his part and Kaido Ulejev from Betsson AB affirmed that he is pleased that Betsafe.lt is set to become ‘the first operator in Lithuania’ to offer live-dealer games from NetEnt AB and subsequently expects the titles to ‘be a big success.’
Ulejev’s statement read…
“With the recent additions and upgrades to its portfolio, NetEnt AB is at the top of the market and we look forward to seeing how its live casino offering progresses.”