NetEnt adds more game provider to its aggregation platform

As the battle to increase market share continues between game developers and content aggregators. NetEnt announced the addition of 3 new game studios onto its Connect platform. The news was made public just as the excel centre closed its doors to ICE. And it’s a real game-changer. In fact, with this deal, casino players will discover a new array of slots and games of chances. So, let’s get to know Games Inc., G Studios and Scout Gaming Group. After all this could come handy as their game will soon land in the lobby of your favourite casinos.NetEnt adds more game provider to its aggregation platform

Games Inc. more than just a game developer

Undeniably, Games Inc. is certainly the biggest studios (out of the 3) NetEnt added on to its platform. Indeed, the British aggregator apparently has a few cool slots in its library. But the main reason why this deal is so big is because Games Inc. distribute 1×2 Network, Connective Games, and Golden Rock Studios titles. Plus, recently Plank Gaming and Jade Rabbit Studio have also team up with Games Inc. to increase their distribution power as well.

G Studio, a winning strategy?

G Studio isn’t new to the iGaming scene. Indeed, the name may not be familiar to everyone because the company was once known as Gluck Gamevy. In essence, the UK studio focuses mostly in developing high-quality puzzle and strategy games. They also have a few lotteries titles which apparently offer life-altering jackpots as well.

Scout Gaming Group kicking things into high gear

Scout Gaming Group, on the other hand, will bring much diversity to NetEnt’s distribution catalogue. In fact, the Scandinavian, Maltese, Ukrainian and American venture focuses on fantasy sports. Its true that, fantasy sports may not be a huge thing in Europe and the UK at the moment. But it’s massive in America, and it could come handy for NetEnt who’s looking to extant its footprint across the ocean.