Hero Gaming has unveiled its new ‘Blitz’ interface, developed in collaboration with casino gaming content developer NetEnt, allowing users to enjoy online slots six-times faster.

Malta-based Hero Gaming, operators of the Casino Heroes and Speedy Casino gaming sites as well as sports betting entity Betser, states that via “a unique interface” NetEnt customers are now able to utilise Blitz.

Designed to allow users to play at a higher pace without having to wait for the slots to be displayed for each spin, Blitz’s technique enables individuals to stop the game at any time, which would always leave the updated account balance and remaining spins completely visible.

Tomas Bäckman, CEO of Hero Gaming, commented: “There’s a lot going on in the gaming world right now, and our focus is always on developing innovative gaming experiences that are both entertaining and technically in the forefront.

“Behind Blitz is a complex technical solution that meets the needs of today’s gamers – it should be easy and fast while the pleasure factor is high. You should not be disturbed by information and graphics if you don’t want to.

“We’ve spent a lot of time and effort in developing a technical platform that has both flexibility and strength. Blitz is an example of what we can create on it.

”This is a collaboration between two driven and innovative players, utilising both companies’ strengths. NetEnt has contributed with significant insights and technical know-how in this process. My assessment is that Blitz will be a contribution to the gaming market.”

Henrik Fagerlund, chief product officer at NetEnt, added: ”We are pleased that Hero Gaming has chosen to develop Blitz on NetEnt’s platform. Our ambition is to be at the forefront, and we welcome innovative thinking and creative initiatives from our customers.

“In the future, I think we will see more of this type of products and solutions – to tailor the experience to different gamers. It will be exciting to see how gamers will use Blitz and we are looking forward to following developments.”