ollowing a pilot period in Scotland, GambleAware has invested £2.5m into its gambling harms prevention programme, expanding the charity’s Gambling Education Hubs across England and Wales.

NetBet has continued its 2022 expansion streak after teaming-up with Hacksaw Gaming to add the supplier to its network of providers. 

Under the terms of the deal, Hacksaw’s titles, such as Stack’em, Chaos crew, Cubes 2 and Wanted Dead or a Wild, will become available to its .com and .co.uk customers.

“We are thrilled to be offering our games to one of the most trusted operators, NetBet,” explained Marcus Cordes, CEO at Hacksaw Gaming.

“We’ve had multiple hits within the last year and we are sure that NetBet players will enjoy these titles, plus everything else we have on our roadmap for 2022.”

“We are looking forward to entering via .com and the UK but also venturing into new markets with NetBet in the near future.”

Claudia Georgevici, NetBet’s PR manager, added: “Hacksaw Gaming are a games developer that is making waves in the online casino industry. Their unrivalled approach to creating engaging games is something we’re keen to offer to our loyal players. 

“We are committed to delivering the very best online casino experience, and welcoming this provider will help us in that commitment.”

The agreement with Hacksaw Gaming follows on from NetBet’s run of partnerships since the start of 2022. 

Earlier this month, the online casino company joined forces with BF Games in a deal that saw the latter expand its footing in the Romanian market. 

2022 has also seen NetBet sign content deals with Play’n Go, Betsoft Gaming, and Pragmatic Play.