Net Entertainment are one of the most well-known and respected providers of online casino games and software today, and with a game range boasting over 500 titles, they’ve created hit after hit with almost all their games proving popular with players.
Offering an outstanding array of both desktop and mobile games, Net Entertainment are regarded as an industry-leader, and continually develop new titles that casinos are desperate to feature. In fact, Net Entertainment are so popular, that a simple Google search of ‘Net Entertainment Casinos’ turns up millions of results, with hundreds of webmasters and casino-game fans choosing to create websites dedicated solely to the provider – a sure sign they’re doing something right!
Net Entertainment offer a phenomenal selection of games to players, and while they’re known primarily for their Video Slot titles, they also offer a range of Casino Table Games, Live Dealer Games, and other ‘Instant Win’, and ‘Other’ games, which all take players by storm and prove popular almost every single time they release a new game!
Casino Table Games
Net Entertainment’s Casino Table Games range isn’t as impressive as their Video Slot range, but nonetheless, it offers players the standard game types you’d expect with Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, 3 Card Poker, Casino Hold’em, Caribbean Stud Poker and Craps a few of the titles on offer. Net Entertainment offer a limited selection of game variations, and while you won’t find 50 different Roulette games, you will find popular variations, in Roulette’s case, including American Roulette, European Roulette, French Roulette, Multi-Wheel Roulette, and more.
Most table games – when applicable – are available to play in multi-hand mode, which means players can play more than one box/hand at once. The exception to this, is when game rules specifically forbid playing more than one hand. 3 Card Poker is a good example of such a game, as were a player to be able to play more than one hand, they’d gain a significant edge on the casino.
Video Slots is where Net Entertainment really shine through, and their huge range of popular titles have helped sculpt them into the position they’re in today. One of the most recognizable games is Starburst – a classic 5-reel, 20-payline slot that’s vibrant and fast-paced. Starburst rose in fame largely thanks to its inclusion in almost every free-spins promotion Net Entertainment casinos hosted with many casinos still offering new players up to 200 free-spins on the game, years after it was launched!
Another popular Net Entertainment Video Slot is the high-variance Dead or Alive, which takes players back to the Old Wild West, and has them trying to land three of the gun scatter symbols to trigger what many players hail the ‘best casino bonus round ever made’. The bonus round is made famous with its ‘wild line’ – 5-of-a-kind wild symbols, that stick in place, and a quick YouTube search will reveal multiple occurrences of players receiving up to 3, 4, and even 5,000 times their stake.
Creature of the Black Lagoon is yet another popular Net Entertainment Video Slot, which again, is fairly volatile. In Creature of the Black Lagoon, players need to land three of the free-spins bonus symbols to enter the feature round, and when lucky enough to do so, they’ll go head-to-head against the ‘Creature of the Black Lagoon’. If they manage to kill the creature (by landing 9 target symbols on reel 5), an additional 10 free spins are awarded with a new wild unlocked, allowing for a chance at truly HUGE wins.
This post would go on near-infinity if we listed all of Net Entertainment’s most popular games, but some of their most recognizable titles include Gonzo’s Quest, Jack and the Beanstalk, Twin Spin, Aliens, Blood Suckers, Drive Multiplier Mayhem, Dracula, Dazzle me, Egg O’ Mattic, Egyptian Heroes, Cosmic Fortune, Fruit Shop, Guns’ N Roses, Jack Hammer, Jimi Hendrix and Hall of Gods.
Net Entertainment don’t offer the largest selection of Jackpot games in the world, but the games they do offer tend to be of very high quality, and generally have BIG values attached to them. Their most popular jackpot game is by far the Mega Fortune series, which includes Mega Fortune itself, and Mega Fortune Dreams – both which offer over £1,000,000 in prize money for players lucky enough to scoop the jackpot.
In fact, that’s exactly what one player did in 2013. The 40-year-old male from Helsinki, Finland, was playing at Paf.com – a Scandinavian casino – when he managed to scoop the jaw-dropping £14,000,000 jackpot, supposedly playing at just 25p per spin! Even more astounding, is that this huge jackpot win is only the fifth largest Net Entertainment have ever paid out with over half a billion pounds paid out as a result of their jackpot games!
Arabian Nights is yet another of their popular jackpot Video Slot games, and with the current jackpot total standing at just under £1 Million, players around the world are beginning to see opportunity, and are spinning themselves, hoping for a shot at the life-changing amount of money on offer!
Live Dealer Casino
Net Entertainment pride themselves on their Live Dealer Games with their live casino offering players a high-quality selection of games, delivered through a user-friendly interface that’s easily navigated and understood by players. While their game range isn’t the largest (they only offer four Live Dealer Games as of present), all the games are run by professional, well-trained dealers, and the state-of-the-art technology ensures an interruption-free video link is delivered to the player’s device, for hassle-free, enjoyable gaming.
The games currently on offer, include Common Draw Blackjack, Automatic Roulette, Live Dealer Roulette, and Blackjack, which plays with European rules and can seat up to 7 players. The Blackjack table has the unique advantage of being able to ‘bet behind’, which means that players can play on the back of another player’s box – the upside of this is that you no longer have to wait around for a table to become free; the downside, of course, is that you’re subject to the player whose box you use decisions, and you can’t make your own. All Net Entertainment’s Live Dealer Games are designed for use on almost all well-known types of mobile devices, and you’ll be able to play the game on Android, IOS, Windows, and Blackberry devices without any issues whatsoever – thanks to their seamless integration with mobile browsers and downloadable casino Apps.
Net Entertainment like to take the forefront of casino game development and always release wacky new titles that entice players into gaming. One of the more recent of these ‘wacky games’ is When Pigs Fly – a Video Slot game that uses a particularly unique layout and design. Spread across 5 reels, When Pigs Fly – initially – only displays one symbol on reels 1 and 5, and 2 symbols on reels 2 and 4. If the player wins on the first spin, reel 2 expands, assuming the ‘normal’ position (4 symbols high) with a third win revealing reel 4, and subsequent wins opening the game board up even more.
If a player’s lucky enough to land 6 wins in a row, the entire game board becomes exposed, and 8 free-spins are awarded. During the free-spins round, the game pays 1024 ways, much like Microgaming’s 243-ways-to-win structure; it’s a fun game, and has players on the edge of their seats on almost every spin, and this is just one example of Net Entertainment manage to develop the perfect Video Slot; one that’s fun, exciting, (and damn right frustrating at times!)
Net Entertainment – being the popular company they are – are licensed in most major gambling jurisdictions, meaning they can offer games to the vast majority of players.
The current list of licenses Net Entertainment hold can be found below:
- Malta Gaming Authority
- UK Gambling Commission
- Isle of Man Gambling Supervision Commission
- Gibraltar Regulatory Authority
- Curacao eGaming
- AAMS Italy
- Aland Islands
- Alderney Gambling Control Commission
- Antigua Online Gaming Association
- Belgian Gaming Commission
- Cagayan Economic Zone Authority
- Costa Rica
- Danish Gambling Authority
- E-Gambling Montenegro
- Estonian Tax and Customs Board
- Greek Gaming Commission
- Kahnawake Gaming Commission
- Romanian National Gambling Office
- Schleswig-Holstein Ministry of Home Affairs and Federal Affairs
Unfortunately, Net Entertainment don’t accept US players, and the full list of restricted countries can be found below:
Afghanistan, Albania, Algeria, American Samoa, Angola, Cambodia, Canada, Ecuador, Guam, Guyana, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Islamic Republic Of Iran, Iraq, Italy, Democratic People’s Republic Of Korea, Kuwait, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Myanmar, Namibia, Nicaragua, Northern Mariana Islands, Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Taiwan, Uganda, Yemen, and Zimbabwe.
About Net Entertainment
Net Entertainment are one of the most well-known and recognizable names in online gambling today, and through providing both direct-to-player games, and backend casino solutions, they’ve secured their position in the market as a true industry leader. Founded in 1996, it wasn’t until 2003 that Net Entertainment begun to deliver Casino solutions to customers, and this was the year things started to ‘grow’ in the Net Entertainment offices. The next two years saw rapid growth, with the company branching out to International customers, as well as acquiring their gaming license in Malta.
2010 is where the company really begun to become seen from a player viewpoint, and this was thanks to their launch of Gonzo’s Quest, one of their most popular Video Slot games ever. Since, Net Entertainment has developed its game range to include a huge variety of casino games, primarily focusing on Video Slots, although occasionally launching the odd Casino Table Game, to keep a mixed balance and ensure players are satisfied with game variety. Today, Net Entertainment employ over 400 staff members around the world, and have offices in Sweden, the United Kingdom, Singapore, and operations continue to expand, particularly thanks to the growth in mobile gaming – something Net Entertainment’s been right at the very forefront of.
Indeed, ‘present-day’ Net Entertainment is a far-cry from the small back office the company once was, with the company recently announcing their first Virtual Reality video slot – a remake of their game-changing Gonzo’s Quest. The game is scheduled for release late 2017, and will allow players to use popular VR technology to play the game – well, as up and close as can possibly be! Hugely influential in the online gambling world, Net Entertainment continue to surprise, and it’s literally anyone’s guess what they come out with next!