On Air enters Netherlands for ninth market debut in eight months

On Air Entertainment has advanced its global growth ambitions once more after debuting in the Dutch online gambling market via the launch of a suite of localised tables and games.

The live casino provider has created a dedicated Dutch-themed environment, specific user interface and live table support for the market, where it asserts that go live dates are impending across “a number of tier-one brands”.

This will allow operators to gain access to a suite of live games, which includes blackjack, roulette and speed roulette, as well as bespoke tables

This production line will also be bolstered through the addition of Auto Roulette on August 16, 9 Pots of Gold StreamIcon Edition on September 6 and Eclipse Blackjack on October 1.

“The Netherlands has quickly become one of the largest live dealer markets in Europe, and we believe our localised suite of premium live dealer games will allow our partners to provide a superior player experience,” stated Dejan Loncar, Business Development Manager at On Air Entertainment.

“By combining a dedicated Dutch studio environment with a seamless user interface and specific table support, we have the blueprint for providing a compelling, engaging and highly entertaining live casino product that meets the exact requirements of Dutch players.

“This is our ninth market launch in just eight months and shows our commitment to becoming the number one provider of live casino content to operators targeting regulated markets across Europe and beyond.”

OnAir’s launch in the Netherlands means that it has entered nine markets in eight months, after also recently going live in Denmark and Sweden.

The group is certified in the Isle of Man, the UK, Greece, Ontario, Latvia and Malta, and has plans to expand into more European markets in the near future.

Since first making waves in November 2021, On Air has enhanced its offering with a total of more than 40 tables live from its Riga base, with to be made available from studios in Bucharest and Tbilisi in Q3 2022 and Q1 2023, respectively.