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GentingBet expands with 200 new games

Mon, Sep 16, 4:35pm by Staff Writer

Renowned online casino and sports betting operator GentingBet has recently announced the expansion of its library of online casino products, a development that was made possible by a partnership with Swedish-based NetEnt.

Gambling News reports that online gamblers who play on GentingBet’s online platform will now be able to enjoy the rich and robust selection of games available on NetEnt’s roster.

GentingBet already boasts a very expansive array of casino games and the addition of 200 more NetEnt titles will make the gaming company one of the best in the industry.

Some of the amazing game titles that have been added to the operator’s portfolio include City of El Dorado, Gonzo’s Quest, Starburst as well as the Dead or Alive series.

All of these games are available on desktop as well as on both iOS and Android-powered devices, which makes a lot of sense since the company has been working to grow its business

Apparently, there are many more plans in the pipelines and they happen to involve the addition of other gaming partners, as the company develops its offerings in order to enhance choice and variety for its users.

PlayNGo and Red Tiger are some of the leading game developers that GentingBet has plans to partner with in the near future.

GentingBet’s managing director Jeremy Taylor said, “we’re working with a range of partners to curate the finest selection of games possible, which our customers can play in a safe online betting environment that they want to return to again and again.”

As GentingBet continues to curate a fine selection of gaming titles. It has also promised to stay committed to building a safe betting environment which its customers will find pride in coming back to and recommending to their friends.

Rebrand helps consolidate brand

Earlier on, Genting announced that it was rebranding its online casino, live casino and sportsbook offerings as GentingBet, a move that was meant to consolidate all of its products for the first time since they were launched.

The new mobile-first online gaming platform has been offering the customers a totally refreshing experience through a range of new games, new sports betting markets and tools.

The most notable change is the new design, which is not only visually appealing, but also comes with intuitive functionality and navigation.

SoftSwiss jumps on board with Relax Gaming

Online casino content and platform provider Relax Gaming has entered into an agreement to launch its propriety games as well as titles by third party partners with iGaming provider SoftSwiss.

The news means that SoftSwiss will roll out popular titles by Relax Gaming, including Money Train and Temple Tumble, Casino News Daily reported last month.

Of their latest deal, Relax Gaming’s chief executive officer Daniel Eskola said in a press release on Monday that “SoftSwiss’ efficiency, quality and precision made the company an ideal addition to our rapidly expanding distribution network.”

Relax Gaming was founded in 2010 and the company has expanded its portfolio in recent times to offer poker, bingo and slot games.

Through quick, one-time integration the company also offers access to a range of more than 280 games by third party providers via its Silver Bullet program for commercially represented content providers and Powered By program for commercially independent third party content suppliers.

Expanding across regulated markets is an essential part of their growth strategy, with the company holding licences and certifications by the Malta Gaming Authority, the UK Gambling Commission, the Danish Gambling Authority and the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.

Relax Gaming has grown its network of gaming studio partners significantly in the recent year, teaming up with more than 20 studios to diversify their portfolio and customer base.

Chief commercial officer at SoftSwiss Max Trafimovich said that “Relax Gaming has found partners among the most famous brands in the industry and we are delighted to join their ranks.”

Mr Trafimovich added that the deal marks another important step in the right direction for their business and that it will help them further develop their product lines and thus “take the online experience to the next level.”

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