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Swedish game developer NetEnt announced this week that they've signed a content deal with Finnish state-owned company Veikkaus and will be offering their games to the group as a result.
The title will bring NetEnt's full slate of slots and table games being ported over to Veikkaus' online website, which is the only officially-sanctioned option in the country. The site has more than 2 million customers, with up to 700,000 players active each week. The games are expected to be ported over during the first half of next year, with newly developed games being launched as soon as they're released.
Commenting on the agreement NetEnt's Henrik Fagerlund said, "We are very proud to enter this collaboration with Finland's largest gaming operator Veikkaus. The deal is an important milestone for our presence on the Finnish market and I am convinced that our thrilling games will be much appreciated by Veikkaus' players."
Veikkaus VP of Casino Games Jan Hagelberg added: "We are delighted to partner with NetEnt, known for its iconic games and innovative gaming solutions. NetEnt's games have been proven to perform well and are constantly asked by our loyal customers. We are excited to be able to offer them soon in our online casino."