NetEnt Connect Platform Attracts New Operators

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Swedish betting software group NetEnt has announced that their new aggregate platform NetEnt Connect has attracted several operators to the product since it launched last month.

The first partner for the platform was Casino Room, but the group has now gone live with the likes of Bethard and Betano. The platform now includes all of NetEnt subsidiary Red Tiger's 99 games, save for daily times jackpot titles. Those games will be added in the near future. Also coming will be NetEnt titles, of which the developer designs slots, table games, and live dealer games.

NetEnt is looking to diversify their interests to offset stagnation within the company. Recent financial results have failed to impress, and the group is working to develop new titles while shifting into new markets to provide a solid base.

Commenting on the new product NetEnt Connect Director Rob Fell said, "The beta launch of NetEnt Connect has been successful. Now we are looking to ramp up even more to make use of NetEnt's far reaching customer relationships and integrations. We are also looking forward to widening the portfolio of content by adding more suppliers to the platform."

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