NetBet Launches New Growth Partnerships


NetBet, an international company offering online gaming experiences with Live Casino, Lotto, Vegas and Poker games as well as sports betting odds, made some main announcements in the latest months.

In May, NetBet introduced a new version of roulette by NetEnt: Deutsches Roulette. Starting from 11 May 2020, players can enjoy this most classic of all casino games with German dealers and instructions, their Live Casino.

In April, the company added Google Pay to their wide range of payment methods. This will allow UK and Ireland customers to make deposits on their account through Google’s user-friendly mobile payment system. Google Pay is a popular wallet-free payment solution with a host of benefits for Android users. As long as people have an Android phone, customers can connect their bank card to the app and enjoy instant access to their funds.

In its search for premium providers and contemporary titles to add to its game collection, the company is also integrating Blueprint Gaming and their range of games, showcasing popular titles such as Genie Jackpot Megaways, Goonies and Rick and Morty Megaways with the help of iSoftBet. Blueprint is part of the Gauselmann Group, the German company developing casino games.

In March, NetBet added Endemol Games as a provider. With the help of iSoftBet’s gaming platform (GAP), including the popular 3 Lucky Pots, Oliver Twist and Deal or No Deal, will now become available to customers for the first time. The games are already integrated and go live on NetBet UK and the rest of the NetBet .COM domains.

Led by CEO Gabriela Arnautu, NetBet is an online gaming and sports betting platform holding a European licence, which allows the platform to offer games in conformance with current legislation. It is becoming one of the most popular sites in the UK market and is also a renowned online sports bookmaker in Europe. The platform is available in nine languages.

As a socially responsible operator, in November 2019, the company has organized a workshop dedicated to helping protect and inform customers about problem gambling. The event, which took place in London, featured several speakers speaking about signs of potential loss of control, risks associated with loss of control, tools and methods for protecting yourself, how to spot signs of problem gambling in another, where to seek help if you think your gambling has become problematic.

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