Internet betting software developer Net Ent has announced that it has signed a content supply deal with GAN, and will see the Swedish company providing its software to GAN in the United States.
The games are not set to be offered in real money formats, rather in GAN's Simulated Gaming platform that allows players the chance to try games out for free. The platform is offered by many land based casinos in the United States, and will give Net Ent a chance to broaden user knowledge of its products before online gambling becomes readily available in the market.
Commenting on the deal Net Ent Americas LLC Managing Director Björn Krantz said, "The agreement with GAN will allow land-based casinos in the US to introduce NetEnt's online casino games to their player community ahead of possible state regulations. The opportunity to build early recognition and loyalty regarding our gaming titles fits perfectly into our long-term growth strategy in the US."