NetEnt signs license agreement with Gamesys, releases new slots

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NetEnt signs license agreement with Gamesys, releases new slotsSwedish online gambling technology provider Net Entertainment (NetEnt) has signed a license agreement to deliver a selection of its games for London-based Gamesys.

Under the agreement, NetEnt delivers a range of its slot titles to Gamesys, with the content to be rolled out across the sites it operates for Intertain Group, which acquired the majority of Gamesys’ customer-facing assets on February.

“Gamesys and NetEnt share a commitment to delivering the ultimate player experience and I am confident that NetEnt’s world-class slots and casino games will contribute to their continued success as one of the world’s leading online gaming businesses,” said NetEnt Marketing Director Enrico Bradamante. “Further, Gamesys has a large presence in regulated markets, which is well aligned with our growth strategy.”

Gamesys’ Virgin Games brand will remain separate alongside its other white label brands such as Heart FM, Caesars Casino and The Sun, though Net Ent’s content is to be rolled out across all sites.

NetEnt also announced the release of its two new video slots Spinata Grande and Dracula Online Slot, both built on 5 reels, 5 rows and 40 paylines.

Spinata Grande, presenting players with the Mexican Piñatas-themed slot, was launched on March 23. Players can win a maximum jackpot of 120,000 coins.

Meanwhile Dracula Online Slot—Net Ent’s third biggest slot this year—will be released on April 23, following Tornado: Farm Escape and Steam Tower.

Dracula Online Slot, a video slot version of the 1931 film Dracula, is under the partnership of NetEnt and Universal Studios.

Dracula has an impressive 3D graphics and a unique atmosphere. Both slots will be playable on desktop and NetEnt’s mobile Touch platform.



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