NetBet has further expanded its offering via a new partnership with supplier Gaming Corps.
The latter company’s original content has come to NetBet’s casino library, making additional games available to customers in the operator’s regulated markets.
Among the products added to NetBet’s library include classic casino slots, as well as modern mine and multiplier games.
Players will have access to Gaming Corps titles like Coin Miner, To Mars and Beyond and Baby Hercules.
“NetBet has enjoyed the appreciation and patronage of players around the world for over 20 years, they are today a seasoned actor on the global iGaming stage,” said Alex Lorimer, Gaming Corps’ Chief Operating Officer (COO).
“Now it’s our turn at Gaming Corps to distribute our modern games via the NetBet platforms, and I very much look forward to developing this relationship and delivering successful content in the years to come.”
This partnership continues a recent series of link ups between NetBet and various iGaming suppliers.
Among those that have inked deals with the operator is Spribe, which entered into an agreement with NetBet Italy in April.
On its new partnership with Gaming Corps, NetBet’s PR Manager, Claudia Georgevici, said: “Delivering high quality entertainment is at the heart of every decision we make here at NetBet, which is why we’ve recently invited Gaming Corps to be a part of our providers family.
“They have made a name for themselves in the iGaming world by creating premium products that our customers here at NetBet are guaranteed to enjoy.”
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