Growing Demand Sees NetEnt Expand Its Malta Live Casino Studio

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Renowned online casino gaming solutions provider NetEnt has recently announced that it is expanding its Qormi, Malta-based studio. According to the company, the move was prompted by the growing demand for its live gaming products, something that can be easily attributed to the surge in online gambling activity all across the globe.

As part of its efforts to grow its lucrative NetEnt Live business, the solutions provider has committed to making a number of investments that are to help it in establishing itself as the leader in the sector. The expansion of its Malta Studio involves the addition of three new standard blackjack tables. That is just a small part of its expansion plans – the company has over the past year added a number of new games and formats to its core live portfolio.

In addition to that, it has gone on to advance its proprietary chroma-key technology as part of its efforts to take its place as the top gaming service provider. This will probably be much easier for NetEnt when it eventually becomes part of the Evolution Gaming Group – the acquisition offer was made earlier this year. While the deal is reportedly going to close sometime in November, NetEnt shareholders have to approve it before anything moves forward.

The Partnership with EveryMatrix

As mentioned earlier, NetEnt has inked a number of lucrative partnership deals over the past several months as part of its bit to extend its footprint across the globe. One of its most popular partnerships is with EveryMatrix, a renowned online gambling service provider.

As per the terms of the extended deal between EveryMatrix and NetEnt, the latter has recently launched two dedicated blackjack tables both of which the customers can access via EveryMatrix’s online gaming Integrations Casino Engine.

“The new blackjack tables are a valuable asset for our clients, and we are certain they will deliver amazing entertainment. EveryMatrix is a flexible provider, always looking to offer operators the entertainment options they need to grow.”

Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine COO.

Needless to say, this is a pretty huge milestone for NetEnt. The partnership will definitely be a big boost for the solutions provider. With nearly worth of experience in the industry, the company certainly has all it takes to navigate the rapidly growing and very dynamic global online gambling market. These partnerships might seem small but they are a vital component of the company’s wider expansion plans.

As a matter of fact, NetEnt’s approach which involves making seemingly small leaps has resulted in pretty impressive growth. Now all that we are waiting to see is how the deal with Evolution Gaming will go. Already, things are looking pretty good.