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NET ENTERTAINMENT IN GLOBAL GAME SUPPLY DEAL WITH GTECH
24th September, 2013 at 15:06:40
Expansion into new market segment
Net Entertainment has entered into a global game supply deal for World Lottery Association (WLA) customers through an exclusive deal with SPIELO International UK Limited, a subsidiary of GTECH S.p.A.
Each opportunity with WLA customers will be explored on a tender by tender basis for the provision of Net Entertainment's online casino games
GTECH is a global leader within the regulated WLA operator segment, and we are very excited about this partnership which will allow Net Entertainment the opportunity to efficiently reach a new market segment that nicely fits into our growth strategy. The WLA lottery market requires trustworthy, reliable and stable partners, and GTECH's selection of Net Entertainment is yet more proof of the trust and confidence that exists in our delivery capabilities, commented Björn Krantz, Chief of GMO and MD Net Entertainment Malta Ltd.
Net Entertainment offers a vast library of top-performing online casino games, and in combination with their technology and operational leadership, we are confident that our selection of Net Entertainment will further strengthen GTECH's position as the supplier of choice for new and existing WLA customers, said Renato Ascoli, General Manager, GTECH S.p.A. and President, GTECH Products and Services.
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