Gaming content developer NetEnt is to licence gaming content to German gaming machine producer Gauselmann for use in the Italian retail market.
NetEnt has signed a licensing agreement with Gauselmann’s subsidiary Merkur Gaming Italia regarding distribution of gaming content to the Italian Comma 6a retail market.
Merkur has around 3,000 Comma 6a machines installed in the country, with NetEnt content also being distributed to machines owned by other companies.
Enrico Bradamante, chief of European market operations and managing director of NetEnt Malta, said: “I’m very excited about working together with Gauselmann.
“This partnership combines our vast online gaming experience and award-winning digital games with one of the world leaders in the land-based gaming machine industry.”