May 22, 2020 written by

New and improved NetEnt Live Casino

Leading iGaming provider NetEnt recently launched a new-look lobby in their Live Casino section.

The changes are meant to create a gaming experience that is more tailored towards the needs of the players. It aims to help players enjoy the time they spend playing games, and keep them coming back for more!

This new player-oriented Lobby and Mini-Lobby by NetEnt should help players to move seamlessly between games. Developers created the new interface to make it more user-friendly and modern, with the hope of attracting new players and retaining their existing users.

What’s new?

When players next use the NetEnt Live Casino interface, they should notice some improvements.

Some of the major changes include improvements to how players see relevant information about their table, such as winning numbers, available seats, bet limits, and the number of players present.

Furthermore, there are dynamic table tiles with live pictures of the game presenter. This helps to create an immersive experience, and players will feel like they really are in a Vegas Casino!

NetEnt’s changes provide players with more opportunities to play their live casino games, which they hope will increase player engagement.

Operators who use NetEnt’s live casino lobbies can choose how they display their games. For example, they can select one of the generic branding options offered to all partners, or they can create a fully customised environment that matches their website and meets their needs.

“Perfect lobby environment”

Andres Rengifo, Director of NetEnt Live said:

“As the core of the live casino, the lobby is a vital element to get right. It makes a huge difference – from the first visit to the long-term – to the levels of a player’s engagement as well as their experience and brand perception. We believe we’ve created the perfect lobby environment to help set up the ultimate live casino player journey,”

NetEnt Live

NetEnt is one of the major brands in the online casino and online gaming industry. The company has more than 20 years of experience, and it prides itself on innovation and creating premium games.

With NetEnt Live available in many different languages, players from all over the globe can enjoy the games on offer.

NetEnt Live is just one of the sections that NetEnt focuses on. They offer various versions of Live Roulette and Live Blackjack, including VIP Roulette, Blitz Blackjack (for Low Rollers and High Rollers), and Perfect Blackjack to name just a few.

These are then made available on many different online casino platforms.

Many online casino operators partner with NetEnt Live to offer their games on their site, and it is easy to see why. The quality games, the user-friendly interface, the high-level graphics, and the customisable options ensures NetEnt maintains its position as one of the leading iGaming brands!

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