NetEnt teamed up with Bethard to introduce its proprietary live casino product
It seems this time of the year has been a pretty busy period for the leading online operator NetEnt.
After landing successful deals with Mr Green, Unibet and Ninja Casino to offer NetEnt virtual live casino, Bethard has joined the party.
Just a day after Bethard was granted a Swedish igaming license, this next generation casino and sportsbook became the fourth online operator to offer its player virtual live casino product from NetEnt.
Next Level Live
NetEnt’s exclusive virtual live casino product allows brands to fully customize and leverage their identity. This one, custom-built for Bethard, was titled Next Level Live and reflects Bethard’s bold and innovative style.
Henrik Fagerlund, chief product officer of NetEnt, said: “Bethard is a super-ambitious brand with aggressive growth plans to match. With Next Level Live, we have jointly created a unique live casino experience that perfectly fits their personality and is guaranteed to boost engagement.”
In this latest offering, players can move between three exquisite environments depending on the action on two blackjack and one roulette tables.
“Next Level Live allows us to have an unprecedented level of product ownership and control and the result is a live casino which is 100 per cent Bethard.” Bjørnar Heggernes, casino manager at Bethard, explained.
A Superior Experience
The stunning environments are underwater, volcano and space and there is also a sports roulette table with live feed about all football scores.
Players will enjoy a superior UX thanks to a multitude of camera positions in the multi-table environment. The exclusive virtual casino also allows players to change the table without exiting and returning to lobby.
This new venture between the two portrays the vast potential of NetEnt’s proprietary live casino tech. This ground-breaking product will definitely set higher standards in the live casino offering.
Parenthetically, NetEnt has recently announced the company will have to cut 55 full-time jobs as a part of the restructuring process. Most jobs are within corporate support functions and the funds will be relocated to virtual reality and game production.