Leading distributor of online gaming content, NetEnt, has opted to enter a partnership with LFS (Live Fraud Solutions) and minimize abuse risk during live games. The anti-fraud measures will also enhance game integrity and optimize credibility across the supplier’s Live catalog.
Thanks to NetEnt’s in-house developed tools for equipment integrity, player behavior analysis, integrity checks and risk assessment, the company will offer one of the safest and fairest live gaming experiences on the market.
Advanced Anti-Cheat Scanner
Not only will LFS integration detect advantage play methods such as tracking, card counting and roulette prediction, the system will also be able to anticipate potential robot play and bonus abuse, not to mention cheating, collusion or shuffle analysis.
Toms Andersons, CEO of Live Fraud Solutions commented the latest collaboration with NetEnt by saying:
“As a global industry leader, we are delighted NetEnt has chosen to partner with Live Fraud Solutions. We look forward to working closely with the NetEnt Live team to deliver a product that achieves the maximum levels of integrity.”
Andres Rengifo, director of NetEnt Live replied that the company is delighted at the prospect to partner up with such an important institution such as Live Fraud Solutions, only weeks after purchasing Red Tiger Gaming for £220 Million. Rengifo adds:
“We are committed to maintaining the highest levels of integrity to offer the safest and fairest live gaming experience for operators and players. This involves us constantly reviewing our offering and adding Live Fraud Solutions.”
Boosting Operator Flexibility
Over the course of last week, the Swedish supplier rolled out two milestone products, a rendition of Victorious, classic slot from 2011 and added it to the high-volatility MAX series. The other product represents a superb digital gaming solution for players who want to learn strategies while engaging in a game of blackjack.
With a friendly RTP of 99.5 per cent, NetEnt’s latest addition to the Live vertical, Perfect Blackjack, was developed in cooperation with Rank Group, a gambling company from the United Kingdom. As part of the network are also Grosvenor Casinos, Mecca Bingo, Burns Philp and other reputable brands, generating an annual revenue of 691 million GBP.
Among the newly launched products is also the Network Branded Casino (NBC for short) which is specifically designed by the company to “boost flexibility and increase operators control of their live casino environment.”
Rengifo said that the NBC will offer a range of quality solutions to suit all types of operators and players. He also noted that the product is tailored to “prioritize what is most important to the casino’s brand through new levels of flexibility.”
Back in July 2019, the software provider fastened its ties with NetEnt Americas LLC to deliver games to Pennsylvania.
“NetEnt Live ensures product integrity with Live Fraud Solutions partnership”, netent.com, October 10, 2019.