Net Ent games are launched in Spain this Christmas

 Net Entertainment games are now finally live in Spain. Spain has had a rather tricky situation when it comes to online slots in recent years, due to the varying changes in online gambling laws. The Spanish Gambling Commission has now officially authorised Net Ent with a valid license to offer their games to the Spanish gambling masses though. It is news that will bring tears of joy to many Spanish online casino players.

Big Business

Gambling is big business in Spain, with the average Spanish gambler spending twice as much as the average player in the United Kingdom, which is one of the strongest gambling countries in the world. Net Ent obviously wanted a piece of the cash pie, and they have now got it.

Licencing Agreement

Net Ent signed a licencing agreement with CODERE, one of the larger gambling operators in Spain, last year. Their main gambling domains will now officially be able to offer Net Entertainment slots to players, following the decision to grant Net Ent a license.codere

On All Platforms

Some of the new games which have already gone live at the CODERE site, include Gonzo’s Quest, Jack Hammer, Fruit Shop, Twin Spin, Flowers, and Starburst. These are both games which can be played on your mobile gambling devices (via Net Ent Touch), and on players’ laptop and desktop computers.

Paving The Way

As 2016 begins, it is widely expected that many more top online casinos in spain (operated by CODERE) are also likely to offer Net Ent games to their players. The move may actually pave the way for other casino software developers to get in on the action, too, although for the moment at least, the path is cleared for Net Ent to get an early foothold in the Spanish online gambling market.

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