Netent Provides Pokerstars With Online Casino Games

Online poker firm follows sister Full Tilt in deploying Netent games

Earlier this year NetEnt started to deliver online casino games and services to Full Tilt, sister company to Pokerstars in the Amaya Gaming group (see previous InfoPowa report); this agreement has now been expanded with the delivery of casino games to Pokerstars, and these went live this week.
A NetEnt spokesman said Friday that the Swedish provider continues to expand its customer base, and the launches with Rational Group's two well-known poker sites enable distribution to a new group of players.
The poker segment represents a significant share of all online gaming in Europe, he claimed, adding that NetEnt's growth strategy includes expansion in regulated markets, making PokerStars a desirable partner with separate government licenses in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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