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.

NetEnt to supply desktop and mobile games to Pokerstars, New Jersey

Leading provider of premium gaming solutions NetEnt has recently signed a promising agreement with global interactive entertainment and technology company Amaya, owner of the world’s most popular online poker brand, PokerStars.

In yet another significant customer agreement for the regulated online casino market, NetEnt will supply desktop and mobile games to the PokerStars brand in New Jersey. The company will be applying for a transactional waiver from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to launch operations with Amaya’s online poker brand, PokerStars, while its application for a full license remains under review. PokerStars recently announced that will be open to the New Jersey public as of March 21. Björn Krantz, Managing Director of NetEnt Americas LLC, had the following to say regarding the union:

“I am very pleased that we have been able to extend our successful partnership with Amaya’s extremely popular gaming brand PokerStars to also include the regulated online casino market in New Jersey. PokerStars is one of the biggest online gaming power houses in the world, and the agreement is yet more proof of the trust and confidence that exist in NetEnt’s operational and portfolio capabilities. I am confident that PokerStars’ US player community will enjoy the enhanced player experience offered through our game portfolio.”

Four Unbeatable New Player Features now at

Alongside a refreshing new interactive one page easy-to-navigate website, popular hit casino SlotsMagic relaunches today with four exciting and unbeatable new player friendly features. Although each feature individually has been seen before when combined it is unlikely that a similar package can be found on any other casino online.

The 4 new features are:

  1. No wagering on the wins from free spins. Ever!
  2. Bonus wagering is a very low 25x the bonus amount only
  3. Conversion of VIP points to cash also has no wagering so can be withdrawn
  4. Lightning fast cash outs

Untitled-3Commented Suzi Adams, Head of Player Relations at SlotsMagic, “after 2 years of amazing growth it was time for a SlotsMagic makeover. But we didn’t just stop with the creatives and new website, we have gone one step further and overhauled our Welcome package, bonuses and free spins giveaways. I believe we now have the most functional and easy to navigate website along with new features that players will just love”

Players who like NetEnt slots will benefit in the new welcome package offer which includes €400 in bonuses with a massive 200 Free spins on their most popular slot games. Slots included are Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest and Steam Tower, which was described as the breakthrough video slot of 2015 and which can now be played for free at all SlotsMagic sites, and There are even ‘real cash’ (no wagering) free spins just for registering at the casino!

Added Adams, “for those players who want to be rewarded for joining and playing at a casino for the first time SlotsMagic has it all. With a massive selection of games and very low wagering required on the big bonus they get, the ‘real cash’ no wager free spins will be like icing on the cake! The cherry will be how quickly they get their money when they win”.

NetEnt extends portfolio with Drive: Multiplier Mayhem

drive-multiplier-mayhem-netentNetEnt, provider of some of the most popular online casino games, has broaden its portfolio with the release of the brand new slot “Drive: Multiplier Mayhem”.

The newest NetEnt‘s production  puts players behind the wheel to ‘race’ with three rivals, being able to level up and experience more action while playing the game.

Players will be able to enjoy the three-row, five-reel, 15-line slot, that includes a number of features, like Free Spins, Nitro Collect Meter and a massive multiplier, which can boost the original stake up to 120x. To progress with each step in the game, users will have to collect ‘Nitro Symbols’.

Chief Product Officer at NetEnt, Simon Hammon, said: “With bustling bet lines, NetEnt’s Drive: Multiplier Mayhem is a thrilling video slot accompanied by a stunning design. We have created an exciting product that keeps the adrenaline rushing throughout, so users will not want to stop playing.”

NetEnt plans to further expand in Malta

Leading provider of premium gaming solutions NetEnt, has announced plans for further expansion on the Maltese market. The company founded its Maltese subsidiary 10 years ago.

NetEnt is planning to increase the number of its employees in Malta by 20% and move to new offices in the next year.

The plans were presented in the company’s offices in Malta, during an official visit paid by Parliamentary Secretary for Competitiveness and Economic Growth, Dr. José Herrera and the Executive Chairman of the Malta Gaming Authority (MGA), Joseph Cuschieri.

During the visit, Enrico Bradamante, Managing Director of NetEnt Malta, said: “Today NetEnt employs 157 employees here in Malta and we are planning for further expansion. We are committed to continue building on the good business relationship established over the years with the Malta Gaming Authority”.

Hon. José Herrera appreciated the company’s  plans of expansion, as well as the success made during its presence in Malta. He also underlined that Malta was the first member of the European Union to regulate remote gaming.“It started as an experiment and now ten years later, Malta became an experienced regulator,” Mr. Herrera said.

Mr. Joseph Cuschieri also expressed the perfection which Malta gained over many years of working on remote gaming regulation and outlined MGA’s plans for the future. “The regulatory review currently underway which will lead to new legislation is taking into account new emerging trends in consumer behaviour, technology development, mobility of services and interoperability amongst other factors,” Mr. Cuschieri added.

Alexia Smilovic

Alexia Smilovic is the Regulated Markets Product Owner at Net Entertainment and she will bring a wealth of experience to the regulatory conference at SiGMA 2015.

NetEnt becomes a supplier of GAN

NetEnt, premium supplier of digitally distributed gaming systems, has closed a deal with GameAccount Network, which  has been recently rebranded as GAN.

According to the agreement, NetEnt will deliver its games to GAN via its Simulated Gaming platform on the American market.

The cooperation targets websites of land-based casino operators. The recently signed contract allows NetEnt to supply these operators with different online casino games through a phased rollout.

Björn Krantz, NetEnt Americas managing director , said “We are very excited to be entering the simulated gaming market. The agreement with GAN will allow land-based casinos in the US to introduce NetEnt’s online casino games to their player community ahead of possible state regulations.

“The opportunity to build early recognition and loyalty regarding our best-in-breed gaming titles fits perfectly into our long term growth strategy in the US”, he further comments.

Dermot Smurfit, GAN chief executive officer, added: “We are delighted to support NetEnt’s entry into the US market and on behalf of our land-based casino operator clients we welcome their compelling gaming experience on board our Simulated Gaming platform.”

NetEnt services approved by New Jersey DGE

NetEnt, provider of digital gaming solutions, has been granted a transactional waiver by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. It allows the company to release its digital gaming products through Borgata and brands. NetEnt can now go live with its game content. The licence which the company applied for is however still being reviewed. Official release date is not known yet and it will be announced later on.

NetEnt is still awaiting the process of transactional waivers concerning already signed partnerships with Golden Nugget and Caesars Interactive Entertainment.  This is because the transactional waiver is granted for each signed agreement separately and not for all of the closed deals in the state.

Managing Director of NetEnt Americas LLC, Björn Krantz, said: “The approval of the transactional waiver for Borgata and in New Jersey marks yet another milestone in our efforts to successfully go to market and build a long-term presence in North America. We are working in close collaboration with our partners and the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement to secure that necessary administration is taken to successfully go live as soon as possible.”

Simon Hammon

Simon Hammon has been with NetEnt for almost 4 years and posses a wealth of industry experience. Having held various roles in both B2B and B2C, Simon has detailed knowledge of the gaming cycle. As Chief Product Officer, Simon is responsible for strategic roadmap planning, multiple product-line responsibility, including mobile and platform, regulated markets and games. Simon holds an LLB in Law from the University of Durham.