|Swedish online gambling software developer Net Entertainment has announced the signing of two new licensing agreements for its Casino Module Internet casino solution.|
The Stockholm-based firm stated that the agreements with HappyBet Limited and Simbat Entertainment Systems Limited were further evidence of the popularity of its Casino Module, which was specifically designed to integrate easily into licensee’s existing websites utilising existing infrastructure to keep architectural complexity and operational costs at a minimum.
Net Entertainment stated that HappyBet is one of Europe's largest betting shop operators with over 350 sites and intends to re-focus its online operation with the Casino Module product at the heart of a new virtual offering.
In addition, it said that Simbat has been operating online casinos since 2002 and claims access to in excess of 500,000 registered mainly European players.
'The agreement with Net Entertainment will substantially strengthen our offering and further increase our revenues,' said a spokesperson for Simbat.
'Our need for a scalable and reliable platform which can cater for our growing business volumes was a key decision criteria in our systems selection.'
Simbat stated that Casino Module would be launched DRGambler.com and the white-labelled TeleCazino.com during the third quarter of 2008.
'Our continued success in closing new deals shows yet again the strength of our product and service offering,” said Johan Ohman, Chief Executive Officer for Net Entertainment.
“With mounting competition it is imperative for operators to offer the latest in gaming technology to attract and retain players. The Net Entertainment Casino Module provides the competitive edge operators require.'