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Online betting game developer NetGaming has announced that they've signed an agreement with EveryMatrix and will integrate their games into the company's CasinoEngine moving forward.
The agreement will see all of NetGaming's current and future titles being integrated into the platform, which will then be made available to casino partners. NetGaming is known for their online slot machines, and the company recently had a strong showing at ICE, showing off their slew of games. Titles like Candy Burst, Kitty Cafe, and Master of Fortune are all included in the deal.
Commenting on the deal NetGaming CEO Pallavi Deshmukh said, "We are delighted to sign with EveryMatrix, as the company's strong distribution capability enables us to expand across a range of key territories. We feel confident that our impressive portfolio will prove popular amongst players and look forward to a fruitful long-term partnership."
CasinoEngine COO Amund Stensland added: "We are thrilled to have NetGaming on board, and the company's entertaining slot titles will be a welcome addition to our offering.
"Our focus is to integrate high-quality gaming suppliers for our vast operators' network seeking to expand into new jurisdictions."