Internet betting software developer Net Entertainment has announced that it has signed a content supply deal with Comtrade Gaming, which will see it providing its library to the operator's licensees.
As a result of the deal Net Entertainment will provide its full range of games to Comtrade Gaming, with the operator given access to mobile and Flash games such as Jack Hammer, Frankenstein, South Park, and Gonzo's Quest.
The agreement is the second this year for Comtrade, which also inked a deal with Microgaming's Quickfire platform.
Commenting on the deal Comtrade Gaming Director of Interactive Steven Valentine said, “NetEnt content is respected the world over and they have been at the cutting edge of game design for many years. The extreme level of attention to detail they show in their games fits well with our long-term vision for platform technology and will help us greatly as we expand our client base.”