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Casino Kings Expands Partnership with NetEnt

Casino Kings, a London-based casino provider, has announced its partnership expansion with Net Entertainment, an award-winning Scandinavian-based gaming developer, which includes increased NetEnt titles across its gaming portfolio.

Becoming the latest succession of catalogue expansion, Casino Kings’s announcement is the third of its kind in 2016. The casino is progressively strengthening its presence in the UK and internationally, and while boosting the site’s games portfolio further, this latest round of games will become available on both web and mobile.

The titles included in the latest catalogue expansion include key online and mobile slots like King Of Slots, Drive: Multiplier Mayhem, Jimi Hendrix Online Slot™ and Guns N’ Roses Video Slot™. Casino Kings has made all of the titles available to gamers both on web and mobile; a strategy that has boosted the company’s success as well as made it a favourite for online gamers

Marketing Manager of Casino Kings, Nathan Howes, says: “Mobile Gaming is not only the future; it is the here and now.”

“Gamers now say that mobile slot and casino game access is as important to them as access through traditional web platforms. Our restyling of the Casino Kings site emphasises our commitment to our web platform, while our mobile offering continues to push the selection choice boundaries for our players.”

Each game is designed in a special way. In the case of the rock bands, for example, the games are styled with particular reference to their respective stars, incorporating the bands’ history and music for effect. The final installment of the NetEntertainment Rocks Tour is due for release on the 22nd September 2016.

Casino Kings encourages gamers to play responsibly, and while offering a committed 24-hour customer support service, it also safeguards its players’ security with the latest 128-bit security technology.

All online casino operators are licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission.

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