Online casino games and solutions developer, NetEnt AB, has announced that a selection of its portfolio is now available to players in Norway following the completion of a previously-signed integration deal with state-owned operator, Norsk Tipping AS.
Fulfillment of 2017 arrangement:
The Swedish developer used an official Thursday press release to explain that it won a competitive tender early last year that saw it agree to begin supplying its innovations to the operator behind the Norwegian state lottery via the IGT Connect platform from London-headquartered International Game Technology (IGT).
Latest expansion project:
Stockholm-based NetEnt, which entered the budding New Jersey iGaming market in July via a deal with the new Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City, detailed that this process has now been completed to give online gaming aficionados in Norway the ability to enjoy ‘a range’ of its catalogue of ‘world-leading games.’
NetEnt premiered the first titles in its Max mixed volatility product line via the Berryburst and Berryburst Max video slots a little over two weeks ago and stated that Norsk Tipping AS is a member of the World Lottery Association (WLA), which is an industry organization for some of the planet’s most influential state-authorized lotteries.
Completion leaves innovator ‘very excited’:
Therese Hillman, the recently-installed Chief Executive Officer for the developer, declared that she was ‘very excited’ to have completed the deal to bring her firm’s games to Norsk Tipping AS. She moreover proclaimed that the operator’s ‘strong brand name in Norway’ is due to be ‘important for us’ as the innovator continues to fulfill its expansion plans ‘within the strategic WLA segment.’