Canadians to take a Leaf Out of the NetEnt Book of Casino – Again!
Seems the romance is back on the cards between the Swedes and Canadians, as the European iGaming provider looks to move back within the Canadian market after the casino gaming developers packed up and left back in 2016. So will there be any awkward rekindling between the former partners, the chances are unlikely.
A Match Made in Legal Heaven
The timing of the move sees the NetEnt Company at its pinnacle and there is no let up yet in either creativity or dominance. Having one of the most successful progressive jackpot games in full swing and still continuing to payout, even Americans are enjoying the opportunity to play Divine Fortune™. One New Jersey player won over $194,000 upon their first spin after registering to the NetEnt friendly online casino moments before. This was only last week, before that the NetEnt game had seen a succession of 6 jackpot winners on the bounce between June through to November in 2017.
With NetEnt recently striking deals to produce the like of the new Narcos™ slot, which is based on the hugely successful Netflix show, it just screams world domination.
The gambling laws of Canada are somewhat hazy at best, you could easily say it not legal and that is also is legal. Basically, each territory and province of Canada needs to regulate their own gambling laws for the industry. Now even though players can enjoy the luxury of gambling within an unlicensed site (which is just nonsensical anyway) the irony is that the Canadian law states that those providing operations (games) must come from outside of the Canadian country.
Yeah, pause for a moment whilst your head registers that, and yet tries to come to terms with the notion. Better to just shrug and just think this is how politics works.
Casi-no Way Back
So the wheels are now back in motion and soon the dire state of the Canadian market will be given a revived new lease of life as the catalogue of NetEnt Games come flooding back into the optional online casinos. All is now forgiven and the focus is to provide Canucks with the award-winning type of entertainment which has been sorely lacking in the past couple of years.
This rebirth comes with the inclusion of NetEnt’s live casino option, their own gaming and their own hosts/dealers offering you to take of the classics of Blackjack and Roulette in real-time streaming. Live gambling had been a limited option for many players online, between the United States and Canada, the number of available casinos offering the live gaming option could be counted on one hand. Now with the new agreement between the GPEB, BCLC and NetEnt, there could be up to 50 brand new casino options for Canadians to join and experience the old games again and revel in the new for the first time.
Seems this love story will have a happy ending for lots of people.