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Exciting facts from the NetEnt Annual Report

2016-03-30 11:22:32

NetEntertainment furthers gender-balance in the gaming industry

Less of a surprise, however noteworthy are the total of seven industry awards NetEntertainment bagged in 2015 alone. Alongside prizes for the Game of the Year and the Digital Industry Supplier of the Year, NetEntertainment won a prize at the Women in Gaming Awards. Fayan Pourisa, Development Manager at NetEntertainment in Stockholm, won the award in the category 'Hidden Talent'.

NetEntertainment's strong focus on furthering women within the traditionally male-dominated gaming industry further manifests itself in 38% of the workforce being made up of women, and women making up for 50% of senior management positions.

NetEntertainment sets new records

During 2015, NetEntertainment has scored new records, both in regard to its revenues and profits. The total revenue of NetEntertainment stood at 1,132,424,894 Swedish Krona (approx. 121,990,717.74 Euro) in 2015. From 2012 to 2015, NetEntertainment's revenue grew by 33 %.

“An important milestone during the year was that NetEnt's games were launched in the state of New Jersey,” writes NetEntertainment in its statement. This development, however, can be reasonably assumed to have even greater impact in the coming year, when the New Jersey market will gain in even greater importance.

“We deliver on our long-term strategy for profitable growth through new products, new customers and new markets. In 2015 we signed up 43 new customers and went live with 37 new customers, while at the same time underlying growth for our existing customers was solid,” said Per Eriksson, President and CEO of NetEntertainment.