Swedish online gambling software provider Net Entertainment has cemented its longstanding business relationship with the French Mangas online gambling group through a multi-year agreement to supply CasinoModule services to group subsidiary Expekt.com, which now joins sister companies Bet-at-Home and BetClick in using the no-download software.
Expekt anticipates the launch of the software to its 1.5 million strong player base early in 2010.
"The partnership with Net Entertainment has been impeccable and the decision to make them our long-term casino partner was therefore natural," said Nicolas Beraud, Chief Operating Officer of Mangas Gaming Group. "Expekt.com is a major European sportsbook with over 1.5 million registered players. The partnership with Net Entertainment will contribute to increasing Expekt's business and the further extension of the partnership with Net Entertainment for BetClick and Bet-at-home made perfect business sense for us."
Johan Öhman, Net Entertainment CEO, added: "I am proud to announce the extension of our partnership with the Mangas Gaming Group for a number of years and to include all brands within that Group. The extension of the deal partnership with Bet-at-home and BetClick is great news as together our businesses have thrived.
"The addition of Expekt.com to this partnership will provide Expekt and now the Mangas Gaming Group generally with the tools and content required to gain more ground and further grow its operation. We look forward to working with the Mangas Gaming Group and jointly achieving great results."
Mangas Gaming is owned by Stephan Courbit, the former CEO of Endemol France.
Source: InfoPowa News