London-based platform provider FSB has agreed a deal to expand its casino offering through an integration with Stockholm-listed games provider NetEnt.

The agreement will see popular NetEnt titles, including Jumanji, Gonzo’s Quest and Starburst, made available to operator partners of FSB’s casino platform.

FSB partners such as Black Type, Bruce Betting, BetSid, Mintbet, Quinn, Toals, and 21Bet will be among the first to go live with the games following the integration.

“We’re thrilled to have partnered with NetEnt, one of the biggest names in the industry,” said FSB business development director Richard Thorp. “It is a very exciting deal for us.

“Their games are known to be of the very highest quality and it’s a privilege to be able to deliver them to customers, who in turn have gained a competitive advantage in having them available.”

NetEnt chief product officer Henrik Fagerlund added: “FSB boasts a proven track record with its casino platform and it’s great to have our games made available to an even wider array of operator partners.

“Expanding the reach for our games and partners with leading platform providers is a key part of our strategy.”

Shares in NetEnt AB (STO:NET-B) were trading up 2.12 per cent at SEK36.20 per share in Stockholm Thursday morning.