Online casino software developer NetGame Entertainment is attending the ICE London 2020 to showcase its portfolio of games and last slots at N9-733 Stand.
“We are going to show the remarkable growth of NetGame Entertainment during the last year at the ICE show. We launched the HTML5 platform in June 2019 and till the end of January 2019 new 26 slots appeared. We have created a portfolio of games with numerous themes and bonus features,” said Andrey Vajdyuk, Head of Business Development at NetGame Entertainment.
“Our slots are oriented on any style playing preference as well as diversiﬁed on global markets. We use popular Asian and African themes, Vegas and classic graphics and all the variety of fruit themes while creating slots. And of course, with a growing portfolio, we are looking forward to meeting our existing and new business partners to showcase our last updates. Currently, NetGame is oriented on growing its customers’ base on Europe, Asia, CIS and LATAM markets.”
Some of the new and featured games, where NetGame has incorporated dozens of non-regular features are MMA Legends slot with bets on favorite characters, Dancing Lanterns slot with Flowing Wild, Pick-and-Click and Free Spins features, Luxor Relics with stacked reels and special Collect symbols and many others. All of them will be shown to visitors. Moreover, NetGame Entertainment also showcasing their unique feature – games, designed for vertical screens.
NetGame Entertainment had started in 2012 with a group of three enthusiasts from land-based gaming and during the past 7 years they have built up a team to make a consecutive transition to online with a new brand of online casino software – NetGame Entertainment.
To schedule a meeting with NetGame`s team at the event, visit stand N9-733.
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