July 22, 2020 written by

NetEnt Live launches on 888

Leading online gaming provider NetEnt recently launched a new partnership with 888 Holdings PLC. 888 is one of the world’s top gambling and entertainment brands, so this partnership is significant news for the industry.

This particular partnership is regarding NetEnt’s live games. 888casino will now have access to NetEnt’s live casino games, so players on 888 will have a wider choice of more immersive live games like Roulette and Blackjack.

NetEnt’s live casino games are top-quality and offer many exciting features. For example, they come with multiple camera views, professional dealers, customisable options, high-definition graphics, and more. These will help to create the feeling of being in a real-life casino, without needing to move out the comfort of your home!

NetEnt live

NetEnt began back in 1996, originating in Sweden but quickly becoming a leading global name. The company launched its live casino portfolio in 2013, expanding the variations of each game over the past few months and years. For example, there are several variations of Roulette: Classic, Rapid, Auto, and VIP.

Similarly, there are a number of types of Blackjack games available. These include Perfect Blackjack, Blitz Blackjack (with low and high roller versions), and others.

These modern live casino offerings are available in multiple languages and offer an easy-to-use, personalised platform to enjoy the thrills of the tables.

Because of this range of innovative and exciting live games by NetEnt, 888casino players are sure to enjoy the fruits of this new partnership. 888 hardly needs any introduction as they are one of the leading names in the industry. They were founded back in 1997, quickly growing into the massive company they are today. 888 now offers a host of gambling and gaming solutions, including online casinos, sport betting, bingo, and more.

888 operate many different online casino brands, alongside 888casino, such as 888ladies, Wink Bingo, Wink Slots, Posh Bingo, and more.

“excited by the potential”

Speaking about the partnership, Andres Rengifo, of NetEnt Live Casino, said:

“888casino sets a high benchmark for regulated online gaming. At NetEnt Live Casino we are thrilled to provide their players with access to our exciting portfolio of interactive and sophisticated live casino games. With multiple camera views, fully customized options, and professional dealers to boot, we are excited by the potential of this partnership.”

Following on from this, Guy Cohen, SVP of B2C at 888, said:

“We’re very pleased to be signing a new deal with NetEnt Live Casino—one of the world’s finest live casino developers. Live casino has become an important component of our offer, as players seek the best of Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Monte Carlo wherever they are.”

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