Codeta.com launches in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

The EveryMatrix powered online casino operator Codeta.com has entered a trio of new markets in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Edward Ihre, CodetaAfter spending months working on the platform, the operator has gone live in these new countries, offering its players a variety of live dealer games including blackjack and roulette from the likes of NetEnt, Evolution Gaming and Authentic Gaming.

The site’s live dealer games are streamed from dedicated studios, as well as real-world tables on casino floors all over the world. As well as being available on desktop, the games have been optimised for play on mobile and tablet devices, for both Android and iOS.

Edward Ihre, Codeta.com CEO, said: “Launching these three markets is a major milestone for us. We set out with the aim of bringing live table games to the masses, and this is another step towards achieving that aim.

“We firmly believe that online casino is about more than just slots. Table games offer the most immersive, engaging and realistic experience to players, and we are proud to champion their cause. Players in these markets prefer table games, and we are confident we will become the go-to place for them to get their kicks.”

Codeta intends to carve out a name for itself as a leader in live table games, but also has a selection of other table games and slots from IGT, Microgaming and others. The company name is a take on the French phrase coup d’état, as Codeta aims to challenge the status quo of the online casino industry.

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