NetEnt recently received a buy-out proposal by Evolution Gaming that will be accepted in some months, however, this doesn’t mean that the company stops expanding its operations. On the contrary, NetEnt has just added three new blackjack tables to its Quormi studio, in Malta. The Swedish company has already signed a deal with EveryMatrix to integrate the new table games to EveryMatrix’s gaming platform, CasinoEngine.
NetEnt has shown remarkable progress in the Live Casino product the last year by extending its reach to new markets and operators. The company’s live dealers’ products have been in high demand by partners like EveryMatrix, so NetEnt has been seriously investing in the vertical to meet the expectations. New games, formats, and even proprietary chroma-key technology were created by NetEnt the last year to empower its Live Casino vertical.
Andres Rengifo, Director of NetEnt Live, explained that the company’s recent growth led to the expansion of the operations of their studio in Malta and a new reseller partnership with EveryMatrix. He added that NetEnt Live intends to solidify its position as a leader in the Live Dealers vertical.
On EveryMatrix’s behalf, Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine COO, expressed his satisfaction for extending their collaboration to live casino as well. Stensland stressed the importance of growing his company’s portfolio, as players are always searching for new sensations. He believes that the three new tables that the company will add to its library will undoubtedly provoke their clients’ interest.