Just when you think NetEnt couldn’t get any bigger they go and expand to add two brand new markets. Their award winning online slots and games are now live in Canada and Lithuania which means more online casinos can roll out their games.
NetEnt Go Live in Lithuania
They’re already the worlds leading provider of digital casino solutions and NetEnt just continue to grow on the regulated markets. Their games, popular with players around the globe has now launched on the regulated in Lithuania.
This follows successful technical integrations which means the provider were able to launch their game portfolio to their first ever customer in Lithuania. This was TOP sport who are the largest betting company in the country.
NetEnt successfully launch their game portfolio to their first customer in the Lithuanian market.
This is great news for both the company and its players and Henrik Fagerlund the Managing Director at NetEnt Malta and Chief Product Officer of NetEnt commented” We follow our growth strategy by strengthening our position on regulated markets and we are very pleased that our popular games are now also available for players in Lithuania”.
Expansion to Canada
And if that wasn’t enough the providers have also launched on the regulated market in Canada too providing even more player growth. A range of NetEnt’s most popular games are now live with British Columbia Lottery Cooperation (BCLC) through an agreement that was made with IGT.
This now marks the first entry for NetEnt on the regulated market in Canada. The integration is now complete, and their world-leading games are available at BCLC through the IGT Connect integration layer IGT is providing to the lottery.
Therese Hillman who is the Group CEO over at NetEnt commented “Launching our games to players in British Columbia is an important milestone for us in our expansion in North America. Entering regulated markets is a vital part of our strategy going forward, especially within the WLA segment. I am sure that our exciting games will be much appreciated by BCLC’s players.”