NetEnt Expansion in Regulated Markets Continues with Lucrative Partnership in SerbiaPublished June 16, 2017 by Brett C
Leading casino games developer, NetEnt continues its expansion into regulated markets with a strategic partnership with Mozzart in Serbia. The Swedish-based software company is positioning itself for strong growth with a broad-based portfolio of games.
Swedish-based online casino games developer, NetEnt recently inked a deal with the leading Serbian gaming operator, Mozzart. The partnership will integrate NetEnt games in the regulated Serbian gaming market. Details of the agreement have yet to be released, but industry aficionados are excited about the possibilities.
Greater Exposure for NetEnt
NetEnt has been working feverishly to position itself as the front-runner in all regulated gaming jurisdictions. The agreement with Mozzart is a case in point. In 2016, NetEnt made significant inroads into several countries, including Mexico, Bulgaria and Canada. And in the United States, NetEnt hammered out a deal with Gamesys to offer online casino games in New Jersey. Players in the Garden State now have access to NetEnt’s impressive range of live dealer casino games, interactive slots games, and table games.
NetEnt’s imperious run of form was enhanced with the recent granting of a Canadian online gaming license. The Swedish company’s growing global influence is evident in its robust strategic plan to enter as many markets as possible. Earlier in 2017, NetEnt partnered with the British Columbia Lottery Corporation with 4.6 million people in its jurisdiction. This vast network now has access to NetEnt’s impressive portfolio of games.
Strong Global Growth Prospects
The MD of NetEnt, Enrico Bradamante proclaimed the recent agreement with Serbia to be a success for the company’s expansion into regulated markets worldwide. NetEnt currently enjoys the status of the strongest online casino games provider in all regulated markets, with a treasure trove of awards, licenses and certifications under its belt. To date, the company holds 9 licenses and employs 900 people globally.