New Game Providers Added To NetEnt Connect Aggregation Platform
NetEnt has revealed that its added several new game providers to its NetEnt Connect platform.
Last December, NetEnt announced the launch of its content aggregation platform NetEnt Connect which aims to provide more gaming content to casino operators. According to NetEnt, the platform was designed to make use of the firm’s customer relationships and integrations across several regulated markets.
The NetEnt Connect platform launched in a closed beta with Casino Room (Also known as Ellmount Gaming Limited) and featured a small selection of content from NetEnt subsidiary Red Tiger Gaming. In January, NetEnt expanded the service by launching the platform with Betgard and GML Interactive Brands Stoiximan and Betano. It’s also launched an additional 99 games with plans to integrate Red Tiger’s Daily Timed Jackpots.
In a news article released this week, NetEnt revealed that it had once again expanded its platform with additional game providers including UK-based developer and aggregator Games Inc, scratch card and puzzle game creator G (Formely known as Gluck Gamevy), and fantasy sports betting provider Scout Gaming Group. NetEnt revealed that it’s also added additional Red Tiger content and has launched with more casino operators.
Rob Fell, the Director of NetEnt Connect, said in a statement: “We are very happy to grow the NetEnt Connect portfolio of content. The three suppliers whose content will now be available to operators through Connect shows our commitment of diversifying the overall portfolio. Adding scratch cards and fantasy sports complements the content of NetEnt and Red Tiger in a very good way.”
News of NetEnt’s platform expansion comes in the same week the game provider announced a series of new branded video slots and partnerships. Earlier this week, NetEnt revealed that it had struck a partnership with Capcom to develop and release a video slot based on the Street Fighter II: The World Warrior Slot arcade game. According to NetEnt, the slot will include characters and bosses from the classic game and the slot will include visuals and a soundtrack similar to the original arcade game.
Also this week, NetEnt revealed a content deal with Global Merchandising Services under which the provider will develop and release a video slot based on the Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen reality television show. The slot, which is due for release later this year, will reportedly incorporate the TV chef’s “famous catchphrases” as well as “imagery to tantalise the tastebuds”.
Lastly, NetEnt announced that it had struck an agreement with FashionTV Gaming Group. Under this deal, NetEnt will produce a slot inspired by the channel’s ‘I Want To Be A Trillionaire’ song featuring FashionTV star Anja J. No other details of the upcoming slot have been revealed.