Five Standard Blackjack Tables Added to NetEnt’s Malta Studio
NetEnt, one of the most prominent live casino providers in the industry, has upgraded its Qormi studio in Malta, and has signed a partnership with EveryMatrix’s iGaming integration platform, CasinoEngine. The latter also recently clinched a strategic deal with Elbet.
The addition of three standard blackjack tables to the studio comes after the heightened demand for the supplier’s live products over the last year. The partnership is the first dedicated table deal secured by NetEnt this year and builds on the momentum which has allowed the supplier to rapidly expand its market share in the live casino vertical.
The Swedish provider, which collaborated with ReelPlay this past spring, is continually investing in its live business, expanding its core portfolio, introducing new games and formats, together with advancing its proprietary chroma-key technology.
Officials from NetEnt say that due to the recent achievements of the company, it made sense to strategically expand and that securing a reseller partnership with EveryMatrix has strengthened their position in the market.
“Given the recent achievements of NetEnt Live it made sense strategically to expand operations of our Malta studio, building capacity for the future projected growth,” said Andres Rengifo, Director of NetEnt Live.
“Meanwhile, by securing a key reseller partnership with EveryMatrix, we have strengthened our position within the live casino industry as a trusted supplier for dedicated business.” - added Rengifo.
“NetEnt is a valuable partner to our business, and we are pleased to expand our existing partnership in live casino. The new blackjack tables are a valuable asset for our clients, and we are certain they will deliver amazing entertainment. EveryMatrix is a flexible provider, always looking to offer operators the entertainment options they need to grow,” Amund Stensland, CasinoEngine COO said.
Source: “NetEnt Live expands Malta studio with three standard blackjack tables”. NetEnt. September 15, 2020.By Kristina Vujadinovic