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Online betting site GentingBet has signed a content supply deal with NetEnt and will integrate the developer's games into their library as a result.
The agreement will see more than 200 NetEnt titles being added to the GentingBet library, with slots and table games being worked into the fold. The games will bring the array of different licensed and unique properties to the fold, as well as features and desktop/mobile compatibility. The games are in the process of being integrated now, and will be available soon.
GentingBet's Jeremy Taylor was beaming about the agreement, noting: "We are constantly reviewing our casino games offering to make sure we provide our customers with the most entertaining range of titles available. The partnership with NetEnt truly enhances the choice and the variety on offer at GentingBet.
"We're working with a range of partners to curate the finest selection of games possible, which our customers can play in a safe online betting environment that they want to return to again and again."
The move comes a week after GentingBet re-branded their site, giving a fresh look to visitors. Apparently this new addition of games is a part this branding effort, and we look forward to see what's coming next.