NetEnt announces World Cup related line-up

Online gaming company NetEnt is to ramp up its World Cup related product releases to provide casino operators with entertainment throughout the tournament.

Last week, NetEnt introduced the World Cup Free Round Widget for slot games and today a totally new experience for live casino is unveiled. The new Live Sports Roulette will be launched on June 14 and is available to players on both mobile and desktop during the World Cup.

The live football experience allows players to keep up with scores and real time updates, while enjoying live roulette. Dealers will comment on the World Cup games with the live sports feed showing a summary of on-going game statistics, group tables and scheduled games.

During the World Cup tournament, NetEnt will be accompanying the release alongside a new promotion, Goal Smash Roulette. The competition is comprised of two parts, daily bonus giveaways and prize draws with a total prize pool of €75,000.

Announcing the company’s World Cup line-up, Henrik Fagerlund, Chief Product Officer of NetEnt, said: “Live Sports Roulette offers a truly immersive football experience, while players enjoy our live games.”

“With the World Cup just around the corner, it’s the perfect opportunity to introduce Goal Smash Roulette, giving players a chance to win daily prizes as well as staying on top of all the action during the tournament.”

The Live Sports Roulette and Goal Smash Roulette promotions will be available to all operators on an opt-in basis during the World Cup.

After the World Cup, the technology will be available for Roulette and for any type of event. Operators will be able to include it in their stream, giving them an opportunity to engage any target group by displaying events, tournaments, contests or similar, to tap into the interests of their players.

Goal Smash Roulette will run between 00:00 on June 14 until 23:59 on July 15, 2018 (CET). To opt-in for the promotion, operators must contact their account manager no later than May 16, 2018.


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