News Adorns it’s Crypto-Friendly Casino with New Games from NetEnt

Hot new games from one of the top providers added to’s very own crypto casino!

Anticipation has been running high among players at Games for their favorite games from the leading software provider, NetEnt. Coming off of the recent addition of a range of live casino games from Evolution Gaming and iSoftBet, the popular casino is now bringing some of the most entertaining titles from this iGaming developer that players have come to cherish over the years.

With in-demand slots like Dead or Alive 2 Feature Buy, Ghost Pirates and Narcos, as well as the space arcade styled slot Starburst and beautifully designed Gonzo’s quest, the newly added range of games from NetEnt promise a long and enjoyable gaming session enriched with bountiful of chances to win Bitcoin. Hundreds of paylines and thousands of multipliers await for players to spin the reels and open possibilities to take home a fortune. Adorns it’s Crypto-Friendly Casino with New Games from NetEnt Games is also home to their very own exclusive games that are only available for play on the turf of this homegrown casino from From the most played slot game The Angry Banker, to the jackpot loaded Exclusive Slots, players can enjoy classic casino games in their ultimate forms on the most trustworthy crypto casino on the planet!

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