NetEnt to produce Narcos inspired slot

Net Entertainment has revealed today that they will be producing an official Narcos slot which will be based on the extremely popular television series.

The announcement came today at the International Casino Exhibition (ICE) which takes place every year in London. NetEnt has signed a deal with Gaumont who are the oldest film company in the world and responsible for producing the Golden Globe and Emma award-nominated television series Narcos.

Narcos is a very popular television series which can be viewed on Netflix – with 3 series already released, a 4th series is currently being world on. It focused on the infamous Pablo Escobar and then the Cali cartel. Speaking of the agreement, NetEnt’s Chief Product Officer (Henrik Fagerlund) said that they are “continuing to push boundaries” with their branded titles.

He also said that the series “became an overnight sensation with a huge fan base all over the world” so it promises to be a popular slot. The Head of Legal and Business Affairs at Gaumont (Tim Stephen) added that they trust NetEnt to “develop and create a gaming property that will thrill the millions of Narcos fans around the world and provide a new way for them to experience and engage with the brand”.

NetEnt announced a couple of weeks ago that they will be launching a Jumanji themed slot later this year – in the meantime, they have plenty of branded content such as Jimi Hendrix, Motorhead, Guns ‘N Roses and Planet of the Apes.

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