Genting in £104,000 Chips donation as NetEnt strengthens igaming entity

Genting Casinos UK has again strengthened its relationship with the Chips Charity, as the firm’s online casino brand GentingBet welcomes a content partnership with NetEnt.

A key partner of the charity, founded on behalf of the UK gaming industry in order to raise funds to purchase specialised powered wheelchairs for youngsters with varying disabilities, Genting presented a £104,000 cheque at its annual golf tournament.

The flagship fundraising event, which welcomed a record 120 golfers, also generated a further £55,000, up from 2018’s £35,000.

“On behalf of everyone at Genting Casinos can I say how delighted we are to support this outstanding charity, which undertakes such magnificent work in the community and embodies the compassion and generosity of our industry,” Paul Willcock, president and COO at Genting Casinos UK, said of the donation.   

“The team at Genting Casinos has gained immense enjoyment, pride and purpose from supporting the work undertaken by Linda and her trustees, and I am delighted to be able to present her and the Chips charity with this cheque for £104,000.”

Meanwhile GentingBet, the online brand for the land-based casino giant, has welcomed the NetEnt roster of titles, which are to appear on the platform for the first time.

Commencing at the start of the month players gained access to a variety of titles from the casino content developer, including Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest and the Dead or Alive series. 

Jeremy Taylor, managing director of GentingBet, welcomed the new addition: “We are constantly reviewing our casino games offering to make sure we provide our customers with the most entertaining range of titles available. The partnership with NetEnt truly enhances the choice and the variety on offer at GentingBet. 

“We’re working with a range of partners to curate the finest selection of games possible, which our customers can play in a safe online betting environment that they want to return to again and again.”