A leading force in unique online casino games development is indeed NetEnt. Yet, it takes two to tango, as such NetEnt has announced its number one pick to help their U.S expansion reach further. And the distribution partner is no other than the industry titan, Scientific Games. Which will see to that NetEnt’s online casino content will get offered for the New Jersey customers. But also, to feature in the upcoming States as the regulations see implementation. Meaning, with the agreement in place, NetEnt’s highly sought-after. But also fan-favorite titles are now available via Scientific Games OpenGaming platform. Yet, as the game producer has a bursting treasure trove of titles. The full integration will be an ongoing effort. So, what can the New Jersey customer expect from this deal? Let’s find out some of the details.
Award-winning titles up for play
As already mentioned, some of the high traffic titles are already added to the scientific Games OpenGaming platform. As such available for distribution for the platform partners operating within the New Jersey market. Includes praised titles like Starburst and Gonzo’s Quest. Plus the heavy hitter Divine Fortune to mention some of them. By which drastically adds to the Scientific Games network. That now exceeds well over 2,500 video slots. Plus, the platform houses such things as tournaments. And missions and free spins. But also, the loved jackpot feature. Moreover, with years of experience in the field. The application also comes with player safety tools accessible from the game menu. In the end, good news for both the players, but more particularly for the operators.
Even more, features on its way
Indeed, to keep ahead of the curve and outrun the competition. The collaborators are exploring new ways to enhance the player experience. However, as of now, we have to wait and see what these two industry giants can think of. But what we know is that it will be spectacular with a focus on engagement and player value. All in all, the partnership is definitely a marked improvement. And overall good news for the end-user in New Jersey’s online casino space. On that note, let’s welcome NetEnt to the garden State.