Exchange betting operator Matchbook has added NetEnt’s games portfolio to its offering to expand its suite of casino games on offer to players.
The operator has added the content to its existing, albeit limited, range of casino content, which currently includes video poker, roulette and blackjack.
Matchbook first launched casino games ahead of the FIFA World Cup in June 2014, before signing a supply deal with NetEnt in October last year. Following a swift integration process a selection of titles are now live, with more to follow in the coming weeks.
The operator believes that its rapidly expanding product portfolio, alongside its low-commission sports betting exchange, shows its commitment to offering “a best in class betting experience to all their customers.”
“We’re delighted to be adding NetEnt’s world-leading casino games to our existing, proprietary content,” Matchbook chief operating officer CIan Nugent commented.
“NetEnt’s continued innovation in this space meant they were the ideal partner for us as we looked to expand our casino offering. This is an important step and the first of many exciting new developments on Matchbook in 2016.”