NetBet Italy partners with Amusnet Interactive

NetBet Italy has added a selection of Amusnet Interactive games to its platform.

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The NetBet brand noted that it has spent more than 20 years honing its online casino site, with NetBet Italy dedicated to giving its players the “best gaming experience possible.” It aims to do this by constantly updating its library, with the new partnership with Amusnet doing just that.

NetBet added that Amusnet creates online gaming software and solutions which power many top casino operators, with the group constantly growing its team and its portfolio of games. The former currently sits at more than 500, with the latter comprising over 220 games.

Moreover, Amusnet powers over 750 operators in more than 30 markets, with the likes of Fruity Time, Cocktail Rush and 20 Golden Coins all now available on NetBet Italy.

“Here at NetBet, we’re committed to bringing the most exciting iGaming talent to our many loyal customers,” said NetBet Italy PR manager Claudia Georgevici.

“Amusnet Interactive, formerly EGT Interactive, is a big name in the iGaming industry; we are delighted to bring the best of its back catalogue to our players, and we look forward to the new products they have in the pipeline.”

Last month, NetBet deepened its partnership with Play’n Go, adding the provider’s latest titles to its Italian site’s library. Through the deal, the Malta-based iGaming firm will supply NetBet Italy with its most recent casino game releases, giving local players access to games such as Book of Dead, Legacy of Dead, Reactoonz, Rise of Olympus and Fire Joker.

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