Net Entertainment Signs Global Agreement With Bwin.Party

The world’s leading online casino games supplier, Net Entertainment, announced today in a press release that they have signed a global agreement with Bwin.Party. The partnership means that Bwin.Party will now offer Net Entertainment games on desktop and mobile devices to their customers on their online gaming sites.

Bwin.Party is one of the biggest online gaming companies in the world, but has been struggling financially for a few years now. Now they are looking to third party providers to try and gain more revenues and thus more profit for the company and its shareholders.

“We are very excited and proud that bwin.party has selected Net Entertainment as a supplier for a wide range of our best in class casino games to be distributed over their online casino network. bwin.party is a major player, and we are confident that our portfolio, and operational leadership will support bwin.party’s agenda to drive its casino business forward,” comments Björn Krantz, Chief of GMO and MD Net Entertainment Malta Ltd. “This deal with bwin.party solidifies yet again the trust and confidence our customers have in us as a major value added supplier. Both parties are now working very close together to secure a successful integration and planning for commercial launch.”

Golan Shaked, Director of Games at bwin.party, said: “We are upgrading our casino experience, focusing on content, user experience and multi-platform gameplay. The addition of Net Entertainment’s games, including titles such as Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest and TwinSpin, will significantly enhance our casino content offering and the entertainment we provide to our customers around the world.”

Daniel Allermand

Daniel Allermand is a freelance writer, with more than 4 years of experience in the industry as an operator, affiliate and poker player. Daniel has decided it was time to try and bring more coverage about the industry to the general public by writing articles about everything from poker to casino.  

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