Publish: 23.10.2017

NetEnt Signs Content Deal with Mexican Caliente

The agreement will ensure the provision of NetEnt's broad selection of popular titles to the Mexican online casino Caliente.

NetEnt, the leading supplier of online casino solutions, continues its expansion into the regulated Latin American markets by signing a client agreement with the renowned Mexican operator Caliente and also furthers its global growth in other markets across the world.

The agreement will ensure the provision of NetEnt‘s broad selection of popular titles to the Mexican online casino Caliente, which is one of the biggest gaming operators on the regulated market in that region.

In December 2016, NetEnt had also signed a partnership with Codere, another well-known gaming operator in Mexico, which was actually the first NetEnt’s admission into the market of Latin America.

Managing Director of NetEnt Bjorn Krantz said: “I am very pleased that Caliente has selected us as a business partner for an online casino. They are a true frontrunner in Mexico, and a major player within the regulated online gaming space. I am convinced that we can support them to drive online casino growth and to provide the best-in-class entertainment experience to their player community.”

As Mr Krantz said, the official launch of games and gaming solutions will start after the consumer integration is completed.

Expansion Continues

CEO of Caliente Interactive Emilio Hank expressed his enthusiasm about the company’s integration with NetEnt’s high-end portfolio and conveyed his confidence that the deal would contribute to the growth of Caliente, but also strengthen its place in the Mexican market.

NetEnt is a leading supplier of innovative gaming solutions to the most prominent online casino operators across the world. The company was founded in 1996 and today it provides different services for around 170 global casinos. Their wide portfolio boasts more than 200 exceptional gaming titles.

Caliente International aspires to further advance its constant growth, and this deal is actually the third one in line, succeeding the deals with the Serbian casino operator Mozzart and Bulgarian National Lottery.