Online casino games developer and supplier NetEnt is all set to roll out its new and dedicated content aggregation platform, NetEnt Connect to make it easy for its clients to launch NetEnt’s games on their network.
The casino games developer has said that their new platform is in the testing phase and will soon be ready for a full-scale launch.
Announcing the launch of the aggregation platform, NetEnt said that it is at present operating closed beta testing with the Casino Room of Ellmount Gaming Ltd.
In the testing phase, the gaming content developer is using games from Red Tiger. NetEnt recently closed an acquisition deal with RedTiger.
Commenting on the launch of the beta version of NetEnt Connect, NetEnt Malta Managing Director and Chief Product Officer Henrik Fagerlund said: “The speed with which we have been able to go live with Red Tiger content on some of NetEnt customers bears testament to the hard work and collaboration since the acquisition was completed. It also shows great promise for NetEnt Connect which is a key part of NetEnt strategy going forward.”
The beta test will allow the company to ensure that they get to identify any bugs and challenges and it would also provide them with an opportunity to eliminate all discrepancies and tailor the product to the purpose.
Commenting on the announcement to launch the aggregation platform and the idea to say yes to the acquisition, Red Tiger Gaming CEO Gavin Hamilton said, “A key incentive to work with NetEnt was to tap into the reach and markets it has built up. I’m very excited that the early collaboration between the two companies since the deal was completed has allowed NetEnt customers to go live seamlessly with Red Tiger too.”
NetEnt has been introducing new products to up its game in the market. In October, it launched its Network Branded Casino (NBC) to provide its clients with enhanced levels of customization and ease of operation with greater control over their live casino environment.
It seems the company is focussing on innovation after its revenue suffered in the last quarter. For the third quarter of 2019, NetEnt posted a whopping 60 percent drop in profits after tax.