NetEnt Signs LFS Deal to Improve Integrity

Oct 08

Leading live game developer Net Entertainment, popularly known as NetEnt, recently signed a partnership deal with live dealer product protection specialist Live Fraud Solutions (LFS).

NetEnt is said to have entered into this deal in hopes of minimising risks and enhancing the integrity of their games across their Live portfolio. As part of the deal, NetEnt Live will use the LFS proprietary tools to increase their focus on equipment integrity, integrity checks, risk credibility, and player behaviour pattern analysis.

After integrating the LFS tools, NetEnt plans to put in place additional stringent processes for the detection of fraudulent methods such as tracking and counting cards, AI play, bonus abuse, and roulette prediction. They will also be on the lookout for collusion and cheating in any form. The processes they plan to adopt are also meant to analyse shuffle quality.

NetEnt officials have expressed their commitment to maintaining the highest levels of integrity and offering players the safest and fairest live gaming experience. They are also committing to keeping the experience safe and fair for operators, as well. NetEnt Live Director Andres Rengifo said: “We are committed to maintaining the highest levels of integrity to offer the safest and fairest live gaming experience for operators and players. This involves us constantly reviewing our offering, and adding Live Fraud Solutions’ tools to NetEnt Live advances these capabilities to be the most robust possible.”

LFS representatives, for their part, say they are delighted to have been chosen as NetEnt’s partner of choice. They have also expressed how much they are looking forward to working with the game developer.

Live Fraud Solutions CEO Toms Andersons said: “As a global industry leader, we are delighted NetEnt has chosen to partner with Live Fraud Solutions. We look forward to working closely with the NetEnt Live team to deliver a product that achieves the maximum levels of integrity.”

The integration of LFS tools isn’t the only recent development within NetEnt these days. They have also chosen to go from six to eight decks on their Blackjack tables. This particular update is geared towards further improving the gaming experience for players. Additionally, the company just opened a new London office last month. This convenient new base of operations at Kings Cross is said to be part of their efforts to provide better support to UK-based operators.

It can be recalled that the Swedish iGaming leader went through some management changes in September, when their Chief Operating Officer, Bjorn Krantz, stepped down from his leadership role. NetEnt remains a leading provider of high-quality gaming solutions. They provide iGaming services to some of the world’s biggest online casino operators. They have released countless numbers of thrilling games and handled 44.7 billion gaming transactions last year.

The company has a strong presence not only in the UK, but also in the United States, Poland, Malta, Gibraltar, Sweden, and Ukraine. It is regulated and licensed under the UK Gambling Commission, and also holds licenses in Alderney, Belgium, Malta, Gibraltar, Romania, New Jersey, and Spain.