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Net Entertainment announced this week what it considers to be its most impressive licenced title so far, the official South Park online pokie. The show itself is immensely successful in Australia and in the unlikely event that you have never heard of it, it has been broadcasting on SBS in Australia since 1997 and follows the somewhat unusual lives of four elementary school children, tackling some of the more sensitive issues of the day with a humorous twist.
The game itself is the latest licenced game from Net Entertainment, with 2012′s Scarface and 2011′s Frankenstein already proving popular with both Aussie and international audiences. Fans of both South Park and pokies in general can expect all manner of unique features, as Net Entertainment sees the acquisition of the licence as being something of a pivotal moment in their expansion strategy, which will no doubt expose the brand to a whole new group of players that enjoy combining their passions for licenced properties and pokies as part of their regular online casino gaming.
Per Eriksson, the President and CEO of Net Entertainment, illustrated just how important the South Park brand is to the company’s targets in 2013.
“South Park has a cult following around the world and we are truly proud to bring it to the gaming market,” he said of the launch. “We have had some great success with branded games in the past, like Frankenstein and Scarface, and our focus on quality and innovation means we always deliver the very best gaming experience for players.”
When asked for a comment on the potential of the South Park brand in particular, Eriksson added “South Park is our biggest game yet and we are tremendously excited about its potential.”
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