The agreement will see NetEnt's broadcast games being offered at the casino, giving NetEnt another lucrative entry into the UK, where William Hill reigns as one of the largest bookmakers. The software group will also provide marketing tools to help the casino promote the games to their customers. Players going to try their luck with the game should be wary though, as William Hill has a history of not paying players who legitimately won a large $4 million jackpot on their site. The site landed on our blacklist as a result of this action, and we don't recommend punters play here.
NetEnt's Henrik Fagerlund was unsurprisingly positive about the deal, noting: "I am very proud that William Hill has selected NetEnt for the delivery of Live Casino network tables. Having our games with one of the biggest live casino operators in the world is a great recognition of our Live Casino product. I'm certain that William Hill players are going to enjoy our games and the new features it brings."
William Hill Head of Live Casino Barry Lennon added: "William Hill has a strong legacy in offering live casino and we want to provide our players with the best games on the market. NetEnt has an innovative approach to live casino games and we are happy that we now will be able to provide those games to our players."