Net Ent Signs Content Deal With Hard Rock Atlantic City

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Swedish gaming giant Net Ent has announced that they've signed a supply deal with the Hard Rock Hotel and Casno in Atlantic City and will be able to offer their games through the group's online betting sites in the Garden State as a result.

The agreement will see Hard Rock offering their new online casino complete with slots provided by Net Ent. The company has established itself as a heavy hitter in the online market, featuring some licensed brand games and large progressive jackpots. The Hard Rock site hasn't launched yet, but will be going live sometime this year, with additional providers to be named at a later date.

Speaking about the deal Net Ent's CCO Net Ent Bjorn Krantz said, "I am thrilled about the prospects of working together with Hard Rock to offer our award-winning games to their online casino players in New Jersey. Hard Rock has a strong global brand and I look forward to supporting them to grow their new online casino business."

Hard Rock International Senior VP of Online Gaming Kresimir Spajic added: "We are delighted to partner with NetEnt, known for its innovative and forward-thinking gaming solutions. NetEnt's market-leading game titles and digital casino expertise will help us drive online casino growth with our own iconic Hard Rock brand."

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6 April 2018 - 6:40pm

Should be a huge break trough for NetEnt being able to partner with so globally recognizable brand like Hard Rock, should be a booster for the developer.