NetEnt Game Account Online Gambling Expands In Italy

Published Monday, December 15, 2014 -
NetEnt Game Account Online Gambling Expands In Italy

Net Entertainment is a well established supplier of digitally distributed casino systems and games, used by many of the online gambling industry’s most successful operators. NetEnt’s  global industry presence, which boosts operations in Sweden, Malta, Ukraine and Gibraltar is about to expand to Italy. The company has announced recently the launch of  a series of its games through Eurobet’s player base in Italy.

Software provider GameAccount Network has signed a deal with NetEnt to offer its desktop and mobile content to leading operators in the Italian jurisdiction. Managing director of NetEnt Bjorn Krantz, revealed that the company is close to going live with two further GameAccount partners, gaming firms from Italy SNAI and SISAL. Krantz added, “I am very pleased that we now have our integration completed with GameAccount Network, and it has been a great team effort from both organisations," Krantz continued, “I am very excited that Eurobet is now going live with a wide selection of our best-in-class games, and I am confident that Eurobet and its players will now be able to enjoy the very best player experience that exists on the market today.”

Chief Executive Officer of the GameAccount Network, Dermot Smurfit, also commented on the strategic move, “We are delighted that our integration with NetEnt will allow Eurobet and our other operating partners in Italy to realise the benefits of an even stronger portfolio of content delivered by GameAccount Network. The GameAccount Network has been steadily growing since its inception with licenses from the UK Gambling Commission to develop gaming software and a license from the Alderney Gambling Control Commission to operate and supply gaming software.  

Krantz, also had this to say about the integration, “SNAI and SISAL are also waiting to go live with NetEnt´s games over the GameAccount Network platform, and their commercial launch will be announced separately.”



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