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NetEnt to add to NetEnt Connect

NetEnt first launched its content aggregation platform NetEnt Connect early in December 2019. While it is still in its early stages, NetEnt has since launched Connect with multiple operators and has widened the range of content by continuously adding more Red Tiger games. Now the portfolio of games available to connected operators grows even more as the first three game suppliers outside of NetEnt Group will be integrated to NetEnt Connect.

  • Games Inc: A UK-based developer and aggregator. The integration of Games Inc onto NetEnt Connect has not only given access to Games Inc proprietary content but also access to a number of up and coming game studios.
  • G (formerly known as Gluck Gamevy): G’s portfolio contains a range of innovative games to capture the imagination of a new generation. Content types include speedy scratch cards, a puzzle strategy game and a full-on entertainment experience with video lotteries – all of which have the ability to add life changing jackpots on top.
  • Scout Gaming Group: Scout Gaming Group is a licensed and regulated B2B fantasy sports and betting provider. Scout offers the only liquidity network for fantasy sports in Europe.

“We are very happy to grow the NetEnt Connect portfolio of content. The three suppliers whose content will now be available to operators through Connect shows our commitment of diversifying the overall portfolio. Adding scratch cards and fantasy sports complements the content of NetEnt and Red Tiger in a very good way,” said Rob Fell, Director of NetEnt Connect.

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Simon Wright

Simon has been working within the iGaming Industry for some 20 years now. Whereby he has built up a wealth of knowledge in this area during this time. As well as being a main contributor for Casino Gazette, Simon also writes and reports for

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