NetEnt Releases New Wild Bazaar Pokie
It’s obvious that Swedish casino games developer NetEnt is committed to ending 2018 with a bang. The company has just released a brand new pokie, and by the looks of it, the new Wild Bazaar is going to smash popularity records. No fewer than four base game features have been incorporated, and the end result is a game that isn’t only engaging and entertaining on whole new levels, but also a fresh new take on the classic bazaar theme.
Not that we were expecting anything less from a developer that has been on the scene for many years, and still, after all this time, manages to set the benchmark for new and creative ideas and approaches to development.
The oriental-themed 5 reel, 20 payline Wild Bazaar is already available at most NetEnt-powered casinos and is ready and waiting for players to enjoy.
NetEnt Understands Business
Creativity is a must in any entertainment industry, and the iGaming spectrum is no exception. That having been said, all of the creativity and thematic high jumps in the world will make no difference without the necessary know-how relating to the effective launch of the games. What’s more, games need a platform. Without an effective platform, games would not be accessible by end-users, rendering the entire creative process to be void.
If any one company grasps the finer workings and principles of expansion and PR, then that company is NetEnt. Most recently, they have applied its focus to the soon-to-be-re-regulated Swedish market. Monopolised for many years by state-owned operators, Sweden will officially open its doors to a long list of private operators, come January 2019.
Many operators have buckled under the pressure of lodging a formal application on time and up to the standards of Swedish regulators. So much so that Swedish authorities have warned that they will in all likelihood not be in a position to review all of the received applications by the time the new laws come into force, mainly due to the fact that many operators have been summoned to submit additional supporting documents, and have failed to do so in a timely manner.
Getting In On Sweden
Obviously not wanting to gamble with their chances of establishing a firm foothold in the re-regulated market, NetEnt has pursued and sealed a content-supply deal with Svenska Spel, the largest state-owned operator in the country.
Now that’s what we call a sure-fire foot in the door, and having pokies lie Wild Bazaar will only serve to help them grow even more.