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Gaming firm NetEnt has announced that they've partnered with sportsbetting group Amelco to help get its feet into the American internet sportsbetting market.
NetEnt is already operating in New Jersey, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, but is eyeing further distribution. Amelco has a diverse sportsbetting platform and will end up bolstering its offering by introducing NetEnt's lineup of hit slot titles like Gonzo's Quest, Starburst, and Narcos.
Evolution's subsidiaries are grinding hard to become better-known in the American market after spending years working as large brands throughout Europe. A deal like this will help facilitate that growth.
In a statement on the deal Amelco's Brandon Walker said, "We're delighted to go live with one of the slot industry's true leaders - with a hard-earned reputation as one of the world's leading casino brands."
Evolution North America Commercial Director Jeff Millar added: "Amelco has a strong presence in the United States already and we're thrilled to be able to enter a partnership that will see us further expand our fast-growing US reach. With so much scope for growth across the country, it is a very exciting time to be working together and we're eager to see what we can achieve."