OnAir Entertainment makes debut in Denmark

By Gambling Insider

OnAir Entertainment has arrived in Denmark, bringing dedicated live casino content to Danish customers.

The Nordic country is OnAir’s eighth new market entry in as many months, and the second in Scandinavia.

When the provider entered Sweden earlier this month, it teased additional market launches, including Denmark. This has now become a reality. OnAir’s live dealer games will be made available to Danes via agreements with locally licensed operators.

“Denmark is a key market for OnAir Entertainment. It has enjoyed rapid growth in recent months and there is a strong appetite for quality, localised live casino content among players,” said OnAir’s Business Development Manager, Dejan Loncar.

“Making our debut in the market means that operators can now access our proven premium live dealer games and not only meet but exceed player expectations.”

OnAir said partner brands will be able to leverage the provider’s “dedicated Danish-themed environment […] localised user interface and specific live table support.”

Its suite of games includes blackjack, roulette and speed roulette, with more scheduled for launch later this year, such as auto roulette in August.

Tables are streamed live from OnAir’s studio in Latvia’s capital, Riga, though the provider is set to open a new studio in Bucharest, Romania later this year.

Loncar concluded: “Our live casino titles really are a cut above the rest and combine stunning environments, top-notch game presenters and the latest technologies to deliver a superior player experience from the first game round to the last – an experience that we are confident Danish players will come to love.”


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