The online casino game provider Net Entertainment has agreed a new deal to supply gambling site William Hill with a selection of games. The range includes a number of mobile based games as well as traditional titles. This agreement comes just a couple of months after Net Entertainment struck a deal with another major gambling site – Ladbrokes – and is evidence of the continued growth of the software company.
Net Entertainment, commonly known simply as NetEnt, is well established in the gambling industry and has been around since the early days of online casinos. Based in Sweden they are a publically listed company and can boast an impressive list of clients. In addition to UK bookmaking giants William Hill and Ladbrokes they also supply a range of other gambling sites with their casino games. Paddy Power, SportingBet, Unibet, and 888.com are just a few examples.
The NetEnt collection is very varied and includes slot games, table games and video poker games. It is their slot games that really catch the eye, and titles such as Gonzo’s Quest, Frankenstein and Boom Brothers are very popular with players. Their Mega Fortune slot offers one of the largest progressive jackpots to be found online, often several million Euros.
Since William Hill’s previous exclusive agreement with Playtech ended, the operator has added games from a number of providers, including Bally Technologies and Microgaming. It is not yet known when the NetEnt games will be live on William Hill’s casino network. It is unlikely to be very long though, as the two companies have announced that they have already started to work together on the integration.
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