Net Entertainment is evaluating its patent portfolio ahead of its entry into the intrastate regulated US iGaming market to avoid any potential intellectual property disputes with market incumbents.
Speaking to Gaming Intelligence, the company’s chief executive Per Eriksson said that while the company is currently working through its intellectual property rights and talking to potential US partners, it is taking a "cautious" approach to the market.
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Correction: The headline and first paragraph of this article were amended at 14:50 GMT to remove reference to a possible delay in Net Entertainment's entry into the US market. The company has not previously set a timetable to enter the US market and the article was amended to remove any suggestion to the contrary