Net Entertainment continues to remain as one of the pinnacle software developers within the industry. Their software is known by thousands and their software is feared by other developers operating in the industry. Every month Net Entertainment is licensed by new operators which allows them to grow in popularity as well as earn more revenue which in return means better video slots for us to experience. Betfair, one of the largest online casinos in the European Union entered a content deal with Net Entertainment. As a result of this deal the full Net Entertainment library will be loaded at Betfair within the upcoming week.
Betfair just doesn’t operate within the European Union. They also operate in a variety of other markets but as of this time it appears that Net Entertainments library of video slots will only appear on Betfairs European based online sites. This doesn’t mean that these games don’t have the possibility of appearing in other core markets in the near future. Those markets include the U.S and Australia as well.
Commenting on the deal Net Entertainment managing director Bjorn Krantz said, “This agreement will further strengthen NetEnt’s exposure on the UK market but also in other parts of Europe.”
If you are looking to experience the Net Entertainment platform for the first time and you’re located in the European Union, you will now be able to do so by registering a player account through Betfair. You’re experience will be jam packed with exciting moments, thrilling wins and more.
Online gambling is sweeping the entire globe by storm. It’s mass popularity can no longer be ignored by the various countries located on our planet we call Earth. The European Union, States within the USA and Asia are all looking into regulating this industry so that they can profit through taxes. The latest country to hop on the online gambling bandwagon is the Bahamas, they’ve been making a large degree of progress throughout the last few months without anyone’s knowledge. It was only revealed today by the Bahamas’ Minister of Legal Affairs that they’ve been speaking about offering a regulated online gambling market and the Minster also revealed that consultations on the matter are nearly complete.
“I was under the impression that we have reached a substantial agreement and we have all but completed our consultations, and I anticipate that very shortly the bills on gaming will proceed. Our citizens will be able to enjoy online gambling entertainment from their homes and our tourists will be able to enjoy it by going to one of the many internet cafes located on our Island.” Gomez said.
Online gambling operators who want to set up shop in the Bahamas might want to consider waiting a year before hopping on the bandwagon. The reason is because in order to operate within the Bahamas you will have to set up your operations in the Bahamas, fee’s will be charges for licensing and have a certain amount of capital. Though the lure of this market has brought interest to many operators, it could end up being a profitable market to enter.