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Netent Wins Three Industry Prizes at eGR Awards 2014

Netent Wins Three Industry Prizes at eGR Awards 2014

Net Entertainment won a massive three industry prizes at the fifth eGR awards 2014, the fifth hosted so far. eGR Awards is the eGaming Review B2B Awards, who rewards innovative products and solutions every single year, focusing on companies providing B2B solutions to the B2C companies.

This year's award ceremony was held at the Pavilion in the Tower of London and celebrated companies from all across the globe with a massive award ceremony and after-party for those involved. Net Entertainment won a total of three prizes at the awards, which were "Mobile Supplier of the Year" for the second year in a row, "Slot Provider of the Year" and "RNG Casino of the Year", while they were also highly commended for Live Casino Supplier of the Year.

“We are very proud to receive so many prestigious awards again this year, all showcasing the core of our business. Especially to win “Mobile Supplier of the Year” two years in a row feels extra special. This shows our continued commitment to truly driving the online casino market and pushing innovation forward within this highly dynamic industry.” President and CEO of Net Entertainment, Per Eriksson said in a statement.

“Along with a growing Mobile TouchTM portfolio, I would like to add that Net Entertainment Extend™ was recently introduced to the market during the judging period. Extend™ is a powerful API that allows development teams to leverage real-time gameplay data in order to create a customised gaming experience and expand on the social gambling concept. It is yet another innovative way for operators to grow and hold a competitive edge using Net Entertainment technology” he added.

Congratulations to Net Entertainment with the awards!

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