NetEnt Signs Content Deal With Churchill Downs

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Swedish game developer NetEnt has announced that they've signed a content deal with Churchill Downs to provide online casino games within the state of New Jersey.

The agreement will see NetEnt's popular slots such as Gonzo's Quest, Starburst, and more being offered to punters through the Churchill Downs brand. Churchill Downs is known for being one of the largest horseracing brands in America and is diversifying by developing online platforms for regulated states. Games will be made available on both desktop and mobile platforms and can be accessed by punters if

In a press release on the NetEnt website, company Managing Director for NetEnt Americas Erik Nyman said, "We are excited to start delivering our popular game titles to Churchill Downs, probably most known for its iconic flagship horse-racing event, the Kentucky Derby. With our thrilling game titles, I am confident that we will be an important contributor to growth in online casino for Churchill Downs."

Churchill Downs Interactive President Ian Williams added: "There is no doubt NetEnt games have proven to be player favorites in every market they have been deployed. We are looking forward to adding hit titles Jumanji, Starburst and Gonzo's Quest to offer the best possible experience to our players."

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19 October 2018 - 4:15pm

It's interesting how a brand which particularly dealing in horse racing sector could handle their new interests in casino games. But surely they signed with the right partners in the face of NetEnt who's classic titles are still very popular nowadays.