Swedish casino supplier Net Entertainment has reached an agreement with The Rational Group to provide a selection of online casino games and services to the company's Full Tilt brand.
Net Entertainment will provide a large selection of its most popular mobile and desktop casino games, as Rational Group moves to expand Full Tilt into a broader gaming brand.
Net Ent’s chief of global marketing officer Björn Krantz said the company was proud and excited to have agreed the partnership.
“Together with Rational Group, our games portfolio will reach a completely new player base, and we are confident that our games will be well received,” he said.
Rational Group director of casino Sam Hobcraft said Net Ent’s games were among the best in the industry, and predicted that they would deliver a lot of value to the business, especially on the mobile platform.
“We look forward to working with NetEnt to develop a truly innovative gaming experience for our customers,” Hobcraft added.
The company has already begun evolving the brand with the launch of blackjack and roulette on the Full Tilt platform. Most notably it has sealed a content and platform with Leander Games, the company's first third-party content agreement.
Leander is providing its LeGa gaming platform to the operator alongside a portfolio of unique slot games, and will integrate a number of products supplied by its twelve development partners.
Alongside the project to expand into the casino vertical, Rational Group is also understood to be exploring the possibility of launching a sportsbook offering. It remains unclear at this time whether a sports betting product would be rolled out under the Full Tilt brand, or a new brand.