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NetEnt Recruits LFS to Boost Integrity


Global online casino game provider NetEnt has brought in a specialist fraud prevention company to boost its performance on integrity issues relating to its Live Casino games.  

The games producer, which last month increased its footprint in the online casino market by acquiring Red Tiger Gaming for £220 million, has signed a deal with Live Fraud Solutions (LFS). Under the terms of the partnership, LFS will help NetEnt to improve in a number of areas related to integrity, including integrity checks, behavioural analysis and risk assessment.  

According to NetEnt, LFS will be able to equip NetEnt with solutions that will enable them to identify advanced systemic methods such as card counting, robot play, roulette prediction and the abuse of bonuses, as well as collusion, cheating and shuffle quality analysis.  

The CEO of LFS, Toms Andersons, said that the company was delighted to be joining up with LFS, and was looking forward to working with the NetEnt Live team. And for NetEnt Live, Director Andres Rengifo said that they were committed to providing a safe live casino gaming experience: 

“This involves us constantly reviewing our offering and adding LFS’s tools to NetEnt Live, to advance these capabilities to be the most robust possible.” 

The partnership with LFS comes at the same time as NetEnt has been expanding its Live Casino offering. Earlier this month, they announced the launch of the NetEnt Branded Casino platform that will enable operators to tailor their Live Casino product according to their needs. And for LFS, the arrangement represents a significant increase in their influence in the online gaming market, having already signed up to provide integrity services for Pragmatic Play and Ezugi.  


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