NetEnt Makes Live Dealer Debut in Denmark


Net Entertainment has been on the strategic path to expanding its market share for years, and we're seeing that once again in Denmark. Their live dealer games will be available in this country as a part of a new deal, and we're sure that everyone involved is very happy about the outcome.

Details on This Deal

By pairing with Mr Green Casino, Danish players will be able to experience NetEnt's selection of live dealer tables online. These games are also available via mobile, which makes it easy to take your play with you anywhere you want to go. That's the sort of thing that makes this type of deal even sweeter, and it's a reflection of how the industry as a whole has become much more mobile-focused over the past several years.

Live Beyond Live

Mr Green will also be using the Live Beyond Live product, and that means that they'll have fully customized and fully branded live dealer tables exclusive to their players. The overall game selection includes roulette, standard blackjack and common draw blackjack. They have other titles available, but these are the only ones involved as a part of this deal for the time being.

Starting 2019 on a Strong Note

This announcement comes as NetEnt has made a few other important announcements. For one, they're launching their Exclusive Virtual Casino product with Mr Green, which offers a specially branded virtual reality casino product. VR is the direction that many have expected the industry to go in, and NeEnt has been very much leading the way on that front.

With that having been said, 2018 has been a great year for Net Entertainment, and they have a tremendous amount of momentum that will certainly help them to start off the new year on the right foot. This deal with Mr Green Casino in Denmark is a great example of the growth they've seen this year, and we'll be curious to see which markets they gain a foothold inside of during 2019.

Press Release

Press Release, NetEnt Enters Denmark With Live Casino Offering, November 26, 2018

By Jesse Eddleman