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American fantasy sports group DraftKings has inked a content supply deal with NetEnt, and will add the Swedish developer's games to the DraftKings online casino within New Jersey.
The rollout of games will take place over the next few weeks and will include a selection of slots and table games. The developer has a large selection of games, including the likes of Gonzo's Quest, Frankenstein, and Arabian Nights. DraftKings is one of the largest daily fantasy sports groups in North America, offering a series of sports for punters to build teams on in which they try to get the most points in a pool. If you score high enough, you win cash prizes. The group has integrated a sportsbook and online casino in New Jersey, and those wanting to play will have to be physically within the Garden State.
NetEnt's Erik Nyman spoke about the deal, revealing: "We are very excited to have landed a deal with DraftKings. As the world leader in fantasy sports, with a large player base they will add a new dimension to the market and we are confident that their players will enjoy our popular games."