NetEnt has made an announcement that it will be offering table games to the many gambling activities it has to offer in Spain. This move comes as NetEnt is celebrating its second anniversary of being regulated for general online gaming operations in Spain.
NetEnt announced in its newest statement on how the production of new gaming activities in Spain come as the revenues and turnover on games in Spain has been increasing on an annual basis. It is widely expected that the Spanish market will continue to offer a number of opportunities for all kinds of gaming activities.
The move was recently promoted with a party at the Casino CirsaValencia. The special reception highlighted many of the future products which will be released by NetEnt. Details on offerings which will be made especially for the Spanish market were also promoted and highlighted at this event. Such offers are expected to include choices which in particular target many of the specific interests that people within the country currently hold and have a strong desire to work with.
All of the efforts came amid the start of the EXPOJOC trade fair. The fair was held in the middle part of this past June in Feria Valencia.
NetEnt got into Spain in June 2015 and since then business has been booming with no real end in sight. Various big-name operators like Gamesays, 888.es and bet365 among others have been working with the entity to offer its gaming services. Those brands operate a number of online casinos that work with various NetEnt games and will soon be working with that company’s versions of blackjack and many other traditional gambling activities of value.
The general growth within the region comes amid a desire for the company to keep on growing and to make its work more visible and attractive to a larger grouping of people. Strong plans are being highlighted by the entity to make what it has to offer more visible and useful to a larger variety of people in general as the industry continues to grow and thrive in all of its general forms.
This move in the Spanish market is not the only general international effort that NetEnt is aiming to work with. The company also announced recently that it was going to get into the Serbian market with support from Mozzart the top operators of online gaming functions in Serbia. The general strategy so far has been to target a number of regulated markets and to gradually grow to move all around Europe. This includes operating with a steady sense of growth in all markets that are currently being targeted.
The moves all come as NetEnt has kept a steadfast stance in terms of working with a variety of markets all around the world. The company has a larger presence in many of these regulated markets than most other contenders. This statistic is based on the total number of licenses and certifications that it currently works with.