Established to celebrate the industry’s major achievements of 2019, the Southern Gaming Awards welcomed representatives at the Radisson Blu Hotel Milan as part of the European Gaming Congress which took place in the Italian capital last week.
Recognition was also given to the supplier’s commitment to responsible gambling and the innovative tools it has created to better protect players.
Henrik Fagerlund, Managing Director of NetEnt Malta said.
“We are delighted to be taking home three of the SEG’s esteemed awards after what has been a monumental year for NetEnt in Southern Europe. Our achievements in progressing our Live Casino and online portfolio, together with our responsible gaming developments, are thanks to the dedication and talent of our teams across the company. It is fantastic that this hard work has been recognized at such a high level.”
New Releases Galore
In October NetEnt released two new immensely interesting slot games with the first one being The Wolf’s Bane, set in 18th century village marred with werewolves. The 5×3 video slot has plenty of exclusive features that create a thrilling atmosphere and four different wilds – Regular, Expanding, X2 Multiplier and Spreading –made a very actionable gameplay.
This title was followed by Reel Rush 2 highly volatile slot with EIGHT random features. The game is officially out in mid-November and has a 5×5 configuration with 3125 paylines.
NetEnt Live’s Anti-Fraud Measures
The developer’s portfolio of live dealer games acquired the technology that multiplies the integrity of these games through a association with Live Fraud Solutions.
This system will provide the significant solution to avoid frauds in live dealer betting.
Director, Andres Rengifo, said of this groundbreaking partnership:
“We are committed to maintaining the highest levels of integrity to offer the safest and fairest live gaming experience for operators and players. This involves us constantly reviewing our offering and adding Live Fraud Solutions’ tools to NetEnt Live advances these capabilities to be the most robust possible.”