Metro Play, the Alderney-licensed casino brand of free UK daily regional newspaper Metro, has expanded its range of mobile content through a partnership with Swedish games developer Net Entertainment.

Metro Play Casino has now expanded its range of mobile games to over 80, following its launch six months ago.

The deal with Net Entertainment sees it add some of the company's most popular titles including Starburst and Jack Hammer, as well as branded slots Scarface and South Park.

Metro Play Casino already features games provided by Microgaming, IGT and Play’n GO, and is powered by EveryMatrix’s Casino Engine.

Commenting on the operator’s new software partner, Metro Play managing director Jaime Walters said he was “delighted” to be partnering with Net Entertainment, who he described as “one of the leading suppliers in the gaming market.”

“At Metro Play we’re always looking to have the best content in the market and this new partnership adds to our fantastic range of existing content partners, giving our customers easy, on-the-move access to great branded content such as South Park,” Walters added.

Further titles will be rolled out on a monthly basis across web and mobile, with a focus on enhancing the mobile offering.

Metro Play is also understood to be in talks with a number of suppliers regarding the launch of a sportsbook offering. 


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