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Gaming platform group BetConstruct has announced that they're adding NetGaming to their platform thanks to a content deal signed between the groups.
The games will be made available to BetConstruct's casino partners, who'll have the choice to adopt the titles into their libraries. NetGaming was founded in 2008 and have put out a slew of online slots and table games, chief among them Candy Burst and Warrior's Quest. The company has a license in Malta and distributes their games throughout the globe, including Europe and Africa.
Commenting on the agreement BetConstruct's Aida Harutyunyan said, "We happily welcome NetGaming to our family of gaming content providers. The innovation and diversity of their portfolio will see wider success among our partner operators and their players."
NetGaming CEO Pallavi Deshmukh added: "We are thrilled to partner with BetConstruct in a move that is sure to strengthen our customer base.
"BetConstruct is constantly looking to enter new, regulated markets - an approach which fits well with NetGaming's commercial strategy of rapid growth and expansion. We're looking forward to an exciting year ahead."
No exact date for the games being made available was known at press time.