NetEnt to Unveil Online Table Games to Spanish Audience

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Written by Matt Makowski
Published on Wednesday 14th June 2017, 11:52 am

NetEnt to Unveil Online Table Games to Spanish Audience

Digital gaming operator NetEnt has announced that it will be making a range of table games available to players in Spain. The Swedish organisation will unveil its new additions later this month and will mark two years since the company first began operating in the Iberian nation.

Since launching in 2015, NetEnt has established itself as one of the market leaders in the Spanish gambling market and is in a position to expand. Enrico Bradamante, NetEnt’s Chief of European Market Operations, stated that the growth and development of the company within the country was very positive and that there was a lot of potential for the future: “We are pleased to be expanding our offering to Spanish operators and look forward to celebrating our second anniversary,” he told members of the press.

The premium gaming supplier made the initial announcement ahead of a celebratory reception for the brand’s customers and potential investors at Casino de Valencia on Tuesday 13th June, with further developments expected to be revealed at the 2017 EXPOJOC trade fair which takes place later in the week. It is anticipated that Spanish customers will be able to enjoy a range of popular table games, with online and mobile versions of roulette and blackjack predicted to be big hits.   

So far, June has been a busy month for the operator, which recently saw a selection of its games go live in Serbia with local gaming giant Mozzart. Bradamante commented ahead of the launch: ”We keep delivering on our global growth strategy by strengthening our position in regulated markets and we are very pleased that our popular games are now also available for players in Serbia.”

Of course, you don’t have to live in Spain to take advantage of NetEnt’s full range of games, with Bet365 and 888 Casino amongst the many operators that support the company’s back catalogue. Facebook

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