It was announced towards the end of last week, that GentingBet (which works as the online brand of the land-based operator Genting UK) has gone through a game lobby expansion, thanks to the introduction of titles from the Netent brand. The inclusion of games from the Swedish developer came as part of the GentingBet revamp, which aims to see the company expand across a larger portion of Europe.
More than 200 games from the Netent brand have gone live on the GentingBet site already. The rollout of such includes many popular titles, including Starburst, Gonzo’s Quest, Dead or Alive II, Koi Princess, Twin Spin and Divine Fortune, amongst a number of other additions. With these games and more having been added to the GentingBet platform, the lobby has significantly boosted its product range.
Speaking of the inclusion of the new games to the lobby, the Managing Director of GentingBet, Jeremy Taylor said that the brand is “constantly reviewing” its casino game range. This is done to ensure that it is providing its customers “with the most entertaining range of titles available”. Due to this, the partnership with Netent was the right choice to go for, he said, as it “truly enhances” both choice and variety.
GentingBet has been working alongside various developers in a bid to boost its game lobby’s product range, but Netent is one of the first newest partners to have its games introduced to the GentingBet audience.
GentingBet Goes Through a Revamp
The GentingBet platform has already gone through a revamp, which was launched towards the beginning of September. Through this revamp, the brand has consolidated its online products into one single brand. This means that the standard casino, live casino and sportsbook under the GentingBet name can all be found in one location now, rather than separate branches.
The site can be accessed through desktop computers as well as mobile devices, ensuring that the sports betting and casino gaming markets are able to provide an enhanced experience now that they’re also paired up with improved navigation and intuitive functionality.
Mr. Taylor went on to comment about the recent overhaul of the GentingBet site, saying that it was done with an aim of creating not only a prestigious gaming environment, but a safe and unique one, too. It was also noted that he wanted GentingBet to be a platform that far exceeds the expectations of the UK’s Gambling Commission, instead of one that simply just complies with what the regulatory body requires as a minimum.
The revamp has taken place to coincide with the company’s decision to try and expand across the European continent. This will see it potentially enter a number of regulated European markets, thereby increasing people’s knowledge of the GentingBet brand. In order to do this, it is understood that the company has applied for licences from both the Malta Gaming Authority and the regulatory body of Spain.