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Online gambling software group Nektan has announced that they've begun releasing a mobile bingo product for their white label casinos.
The software is powered by the highly questionable Pragmatic Play and will be pushed to more than 160 betting sites. They will be featured alongside other betting products including slots, table games, and video poker machines. The move comes days after Nektan issued a profit warning to investors, as they've seen few players depositing during the first quarter of the year. Without a doubt, Nektan is hoping that the new products will draw in paying customers to their white label solutions.
Commenting on the launch Nektan CEO Jane Ryan said, "The launch of bingo allows our partners to attract and acquire new player segments, as well as giving our current players more content choice.
"The large majority of our players are on smartphones and we're confident that the mobile-specific UX and in-game lobby will drive increased mobile traffic.
"We look forward to delivering incremental gaming revenue to existing white label casino partners as well as working with new bingo-focused partners."