Gaming VC to use Net Entertainment software


RIP Brian
Feb 22, 2001

German facing online gambling group goes for Casino Module

The London listed online gambling group Gaming VC has chosen Net Entertainment's Casino Module turnkey product to aid its expansion into new geographic markets. Gaming VC operates a number of tier one online gambling websites including Casino and has a strong German customer base.

Gaming VC posted a turnover of Euro 40.6 million in 2006 generated through its casino and poker operation (see previous InfoPowa reports). By adding NetEnt's CasinoModule games and backend, the company will extend its operation with browser based casino games. The first site to integrate and launch CasinoModule will be Gaming VC's sportsbook, followed by other sites.

The group also uses Boss Media downloadable software.

Kenneth Alexander, CEO of Gaming VC says; "We have made a strategic decision in choosing Net Entertainment as an additional partner moving forward. Browser-based games will be imperative for our continued growth and Net Entertainment has a good solution. I feel confident that the CasinoModule will give us the edge we need to take business to a new level."

Johan hman, CEO of Net Entertainment says: "I am delighted that we have been trusted to provide our award winning solution to yet another leading European online gaming portal."
You are right, Betaland isn't the best!

Think NetEntertainment software is pretty nice actually :thumbsup:

When will Casinos / Sportsbooks realise not to go overboard with heavy graphics, flash, background images etc. Even on uncapped cable, that site is extremely slow loading, heavy and over saturated.

The key to success of any site is a decent light weight theme, optimized graphics for fast-loading. Especially with sportsbooks, as it requires the consumer to visit the website reguarly to place last minute bets, view graded results etc.
When I read the header i assumed Gaming VC was Victor Chandler... that'll teach 'em to keep we yanks out of the loop :)

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