Swedish gaming software provider Net Entertainment AB has signed an agreement with games developer Solidicon AB for the use of its three-dimensional graphics technology in order to build virtual racing games.
Stockholm-based Net Entertainment provides games and systems to the online gaming industry and revealed that the first fruits of the deal on the Internet would be its Golden Derby, a virtual horseracing title featuring a realistic environment, five betting modes familiar to punters and odds ranges alongside a jackpot pool.
'Net Entertainment is pleased to work with Solidicon and thereby gain access to their extensive experience of three-dimensional graphics and rendering,”
“We will continue to broaden our product portfolio moving forward and the cooperation with Solidicon will allow us to offer the latest in virtual racing games.” said Johan Ohman, Chief Executive Officer for Net Entertainment.
Sweden’s Solidicon was founded by Daniel Hansen, Jonas Wikstrom and Per-Anders Gustafsson, three game developers with over ten years of industry experience each, and the firm has designed a games engine with the capacity to show very detailed environments in real-time. The technology also makes it possible to create an endless number of outcomes for game events such as virtual horseracing. In addition, it allows customers to customise the product to make it more personal such adding in-game advertisement spots.
“With increasing competition on the online gaming market, we expect players will demand more from the games in terms of content, quality and innovative concepts,” said Gustafsson, Chief Executive Officer for Solidicon.
“The uniqueness and quality of the Golden Derby product will set new standards and point the direction of what to expect from Net Entertainment and Solidicon in the future.”