NetEnt finalise Planet of the Apes Deal
Stockholm-based provider of online gaming content, NetEnt, has proudly announced the signing of a new contract which will give them an exclusive licence to one of the most famous Hollywood franchises.
NetEnt will introduce the Planet of the Apes to the world of online casino gambling after a deal has been made with the Twentieth Century Fox film studio.
Planet of the Apes Slot Coming Soon
The first ever Planet of the Apes slot is scheduled for the second half of the year, with developers promising extremely entertaining title with high quality graphics and state of the art game engine. As all those familiar with the work of the Swedish company know, NetEnt has all it takes to fulfil this promise.
The Planet of the Apes franchise is based on a Pierre Boulle’s acclaimed science-fiction classic, published more than half a century ago. The first and possibly the most famous movie adaptation was 1968 Planet of the Apes, starring Hollywood star Charlton Heston.
After the series of not so successful theatrical releases, a remake of the original title was made in 2001. The first movie of the trilogy was filmed in 2011, with the second one launched three years later. The third and final instalment is coming to cinemas across the world this summer. The first two parts of the trilogy received excellent critics and were a huge commercial success.
NetEnt Expects Great Success With the Branded Slot
Simon Hammon, NetEnt’s Chief Product Officer, emphasised the fact this will be a first Planet of the Apes slot ever produced. Hammon also stated the slot adaptation of this movie classic was a great challenge and an opportunity for NetEnt to demonstrate its skill and knowledge. Finally, he said he couldn’t wait for the game to come out.
NetEnt was founded in 1996 and with more than 200 thrilling games produced in the last two decades, now represent a leader in the field of online gaming activities, setting the standards high when it comes to software development. Currently, the company has offices in Sweden, Malta, Ukraine, Gibraltar, Poland and the United States.