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Nektan has increased its worldwide reach and commercial partnership network, after it unveiled a new deal alongside turnkey gaming platform Dench eGaming Solutions.

Under the terms of the agreement the gaming technology and services provider will aggregate its premium casino content to Dench’s operator network via E-Lite, Nektan’s content distribution platform.

Jane Ryan, chief operating officer of B2B at Nektan, said of the latest deal: “We’re delighted to be delivering our B2B E-Lite platform to Dench eGaming Solutions. This latest commercial agreement will allow us to grow our international scale even further, while providing Dench customers with access to a growing portfolio that is brimming with premium content.

“Nektan’s B2B division is enjoying significant growth at present thanks to our proprietary technology and ease of access to world-class casino content. We look forward to announcing more commercial contracts over the coming months as demand builds for our services.”

Dench details that via the deal its partners will significantly expand their casino offering, via direct access to more than 800 HTML5-developed slots and table games from a number of providers, which will be available across all desktop and mobile devices.

Dobromir Mitev, chief executive of Dench, added: “We’re really excited to be working alongside Nektan, allowing our client base to instantly enhance their casino offering with the addition of such a diverse range of games, to suit all tastes and preferences.

“Nektan shares similar values to ourselves, with our company mission to bring the next generation of casino game experiences to operators through strong and reliable technology.”

Nektan recently confirmed the sale of its US mobile casino business, Respin, at a lower price than originally anticipated, as it seeks to halt the company’s “cash burn” stateside.

The company has sold 57.5 per cent of the issued share capital of its US subsidiary to Alternative Investment Partners, for a consideration of £0.3m in cash as well as the provision of $0.8m in working capital to Respin.