Swedish casino games developer Net Entertainment has signed a licensing agreement to supply a selection of its games to Denmark's state-controlled gaming operator Danske Spil.

The deal expands the company’s presence in the regulated Danish online gaming market, where it has been providing its content for the past three years.

“NetEnt was among the first to supply online casino games on the regulated Danish online gaming market in 2012,” said Per Eriksson, president and CEO of Net Entertainment. “I am very pleased about this partnership as we continue our expansion in the strategic WLA (World Lottery Association) channel.

“I am confident that Danske Spil will strengthen its leading position when introducing NetEnt’s portfolio of world-class thrilling games.”

In addition to the Danske Spil deal, NetEnt currently provides its products and services to three other WLA operators - Lottomatica, SNAI and SISAL in Italy.

Shares in Net Entertainment NE AB (Co. Data) (OMX:NET-B) have gained 2.88 per cent to SEK285.50 per share in Stockholm this morning following the announcement.

 

 

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