Swedish online gambling software provider Net Entertainment has announced two deals for its CasinoCafe land-based gaming kiosks, which allows an operator to run a casino operation from a standard PC using a broadband connection.
The first agreement was signed with Russia’s Delta Invest Limited and will see CasinoCafe rolled out across its network of over 500 shops. The second deal was agreed with PCP Electronics Limited of Cyprus, who will introduce CasinoCafe in 20 shops on the island over the next year starting in the second quarter.
“We are very pleased to have reached an agreement with Net Entertainment,” said Vjaceslavs Volkovs, Director for Delta Invest.
“Through CasinoCafe, our customers are able to experience and access top class gambling content by the click of a button.”
Stockholm-based Net Entertainment stated that CasinoCafe comes complete with its typical range of casino games alongside a standard browser login page and a casino lobby. It revealed that the deal with Delta Invest could see the Russian operator become one of its largest licensees.
“I am very pleased to be able to announce these two agreements for CasinoCafe,” said Johan Ohman, Chief Executive Officer for Net Entertainment.
“One of the benefits of CasinoCafe is that it combines the cost efficiency of electronically distributed gaming with the business volumes of land-based casino operations. It is estimated that well over 90 percent of all gaming still is conducted in physical environments, a market we, hence, tap into with CasinoCafe.”