Red Rake Gaming looks to strengthen its footing within the Latin American market as the studio forms an alliance with Cbet.

NetBet has praised the “strong move” for both itself and WMG, as the two companies partner to strengthen the Italian presence of each.

The partnership between both NetBet Italy and WMG is said to help the duo to “further connect” with their audience by offering a more “diverse” catalogue of titles from the latter’s portfolio, such as Fowl Play Gold, Haunted House and Four Fowl Play.

“Our goal here at NetBet Italy is to create an online entertainment platform that appeals to players at all levels,” commented NetBet Italy’s PR manager, Claudia Georgevici.

“We are constantly evolving our providers list to include both established gaming companies and fresh new talent that caters to specific markets.”

“Our recent partnership with WMG is a strong move for both our brand and theirs, helping us make our mark among NetBet Italy’s players and extending WMG’s reach to a wider audience. We look forward to working more with this talented provider in the future.”

NetBet’s partnership with WMG follows on from a busy April for the company that witnessed the firm ink two separate agreements with Wizard Games and Push Gaming

Kickstarting April, the company’s Wizard link-up, which is lauded as “another great goal achieved” witnessed the supplier’s portfolio of igaming titles, including Dragons of the North, Wolf Riches, and Rumble Rhino, become available to the Italian operator’s players. 

Rounding off last month, NetBet’s agreement with Push saw the igaming operator gain access to the suppliers catalogue of slot games, with its players gaining access to the Jammin’ Jars series, Big Bamboo and Fire Hopper, along with its upcoming releases Fat Banker and Mad Cars.