Online casino content developer NetEnt has continued to make headway into regulated markets after announcing a trio of deals to secure further European expansion.
Through the new manoeuvre players in Croatia can now access the firm’s portfolio of slot titles and marketing tools via agreements with operators SuperSport, Germania and Arena Casino.
Following entries into both Switzerland and Colombia last month, Croatia is the latest regulated market where NetEnt games have become available. The first operators to go live with NetEnt games are SuperSport, Germania and Arena Casino, lauded as “leading operators in the Croatian online gaming market”.
NetEnt is scheduled to go live with other Croatian operators in the coming months.
“We’ve been eyeing the Croatian market for a while and we are of course happy to make this market entry. Growing our business in regulated markets is part of the core strategy for the NetEnt group. We are excited to put our portfolio of slot games in front of players and I’m certain they will enjoy them,” stated Henrik Fagerlund, managing director of NetEnt Malta.
Last month NetEnt reported no negative business impact from the COVID-19 pandemic as the firm vowed to “secure a good development” in the shorter and longer term amid the current “exceptional situation”.
Issuing an interim report for the January-March period the casino content developer has maintained that Red Tiger, the full integration of which has been initiated to realise further cost synergies, continues to perform above expectations.
Revenue for the quarter jumped 23.9 per cent to SEK 518m (2019: SEK 418m), supported by a strong finish in March. Growth is said to have been driven performances in the UK and US, with developments in Norway and Sweden again labelled negative.