NetEnt freshens up 888 slot offering with 43 exciting titles
New Jersey online casino, 888 Casino, has finally woken up from its winter sleep and decided to shake things a little bit in every aspect, this time through a fresh content deal with NetEnt.
888 Casino held a side for full four years and now decided to upgrade its offering since a lot of things changed in the US regulated market. Not only did the Pennsylvania legalize online gambling but New Jersey agreed to share poker liquidity with Nevada and Delaware and Supreme Court is discussing the federal ban on sports betting.
At the end of 2017, 888 Casino changed its strategy and launched a much-anticipated Android mobile app. Soon after that, a massive expansion followed, with nearly 50 games added from NYX Gaming and SG Interactive.
In February, the operator launched an offline marketing campaign that will last until mid March, spanning prime time TV, local radio and press. The latest addition comes through the partnership deal with NetEnt for 43 games, 41 slots and two table games available on all devices.
This partnership with NetEnt represents another milestone for the famous operator on its way to expand the NJ online casino’s game collection.
888 Casino didn’t want to risk with exclusive or less known titles but those already popular and lucrative in New Jersey gambling industry, with high RTP such as King Kong, Mad Mad Monkey, Starburst, Guns N’ Roses, Jack Hammer, Planet of the Apes, Emoji Planet, Steamtower, Joker Pro and many more. All you need to do to enjoy these great slots is log on 888 Casino and deposit $25 and all the fun is yours.
In addition to 41 slots, the operator added two table games by NetEnt, European and French Roulette and blackjack.
American Roulette that 888 had offered so far looks sophisticated but has high house-edge of 5.26%. European and French Roulette posse a house edge of 2.7% and require a minimum wager of $5. Six-deck blackjack possesses the house edge of 0.41% and players can wager on three hands at once with minimum wager of just $1.
Now, the only thing 888 doesn’t have in its wide portfolio of games is video poker but, judging by resent deals, this is also bound to change in the future. The operator would presumably have to make a deal with a big video provider like IGT or Spin Games to satisfy the players’ needs and high expectations.