The online casino software provider, NetEnt, has released a new tool that will benefit both players and casino operators. Working off the NetEnt Engage platform, the new Free Round Widget rewards players in-game with free spins. In addition, casino operators will be able to increase player engagement and build loyalty, thanks to the new Free Round Widget.
A word about NetEnt Engage: This new tool has been hailed by the software group as one that “opens the doors to a whole new world of in-game entertainment.” While players are the ones who trigger the features and functionalities, the casino operators are the ones who control them.
“The innovative suite of tools allows operators to offer an all-encompassing player experience that’s exclusively tailored and more exciting than ever before,” notes the software group.
The Free Round Widget helps NetEnt powered, South African friendly casinos such as Casino.com and Yeti Casino market the excellent games in their portfolio. Players are able to take a spin on the lucky wheel in order to win free rounds in their favorite slot games, to increase their rewards even further. NetEnt says that this is an “easy-to-use mechanism” which allows casino operators to control the widget configurations and determine outcomes and rewards.
It is important to note that the Free Round Widget is fully customizable, and online casinos that carry NetEnt games are able to tailor the widget in order to add their own messaging and branding. The software group said that the Free Round Widget will be available on all NetEnt games where free rounds are supported.
The Chief Product Officer of NetEnt, Henrik Fagerlund was proud to roll out the new tool to online casino partners.
“Free Round Widget is a great addition to NetEnt Engage, which is packed full of performance-boosting products and features, and another example of how NetEnt is committed to driving the online casino market forward through betting gaming solutions,” he said. “We understand the huge value in placing player engagement at the fore and are constantly working on innovative and exciting ways to facilitate this.”