NetEnt has been working on expanding its portfolio of games by signing a number of content deals with various 3rd party providers. One of the said deals was signed with Scout Gaming.
The two companies have come to an agreement where Scout will give the leading developer access to its entire portfolio of games.
Taking on New Hopes:
NetEnt is a company that knows how to recognize potential. They’ve been signing up and coming software studios in the past, some of which have become popular…
…in the industry. This company’s latest round of partnership deals has netted them agreements with Games Inc. from the United Kingdom, Scout Gaming Group, and G – a studio formerly known as Gluck Gamevy.
The deal with Scout is a strategic one for this provider. By becoming a part of NetEnt’s network, it is directly tapping into a massive portfolio of B2B clients. Being a fantasy sports provider, it will be adding…
…important value to NetEnt’s Connect platform which is mainly packed with slot game content. On the other hand, its global reach is likely to put Scout on the map for a variety of potential business partners all over the world.
Andreas Ternström, Scout’s CEO, commented on the deal: “I am proud that we, as selected Fantasy Sports- and “Player Performance Odds” provider, can sign this agreement with NetEnt, who are expanding its business to also include distribution. It is a pioneering deal and a clear sign of NetEnt’s true innovation ability. This means that our products reach operators and end consumers in the shortest possible time frame, since most of the integration will already be in place. NetEnt has a global reach and many of our most prioritized customers can be found within their distribution network.”
Rob Fell, Director of NetEnt Connect, said: “Scout Gaming is a great addition to NetEnt Connect. The type of content they bring to the table is real in line with our ambition to widen the Connect portfolio and adding games that neither NetEnt or Red Tiger provides. We look forward to making Scout Gaming content available to our connected operators.”
About the Brand:
NetEnt is one of the largest software providers in the iGaming industry. The company boasts over 20 years of experience in making slot games and other content. During that time, it has grown into a trusted figure of authority that…
…works with a large number of top tier operators in some of the most contested markets in the world. Aside from its own content, it also offers content from several affiliated providers. Ret Tiger Gaming is one of these brands, as it was acquired by the developer last year.
Source: “Scout Gaming enters into an agreement with NetEnt” https://www.scoutgaminggroup.com/news/scout-gaming-enters-into-an-agreement-with-netent. Scout Gaming Group. February 5, 2020.Author: Dusan Trifunovic