Online gaming content developer Net Entertainment (NetEnt) has announced that it has signed a licence agreement with Spanish gaming operator Codere, as well as confirming it has been granted licences to operate in the UK market.
Under the agreement with Codere, NetEnt will deliver a range of casino games to the operator’s online casino in Spain.
NetEnt is currently in the licensing process in Spain in the hope of launching its products and services in the country this year.
“Codere is a market leader in Spain, which is one of our prioritised countries when it comes to new regulated markets with strong growth potential,” NetEnt Malta managing director and chief of European market operations, Enrico Bradamante, said.
Meanwhile, NetEnt has also revealed that it has been awarded operating and software licences for the UK market by the UK Gambling Commission.
NetEnt has been operating under a temporary licence since the introduction of new regulation in the UK late last year.
Per Eriksson, president and chief executive officer of NetEnt, said: “This is a milestone for NetEnt and we are very pleased to have been approved for UK licenses by the UK Gambling Commission.
“Britain is the largest gaming market in Europe and is central for our growth strategy to expand on regulated markets.”