Greentube partners with Novoline in Germany

By Gambling Insider

Novomatic's Interactive division, Greentube, has expanded its presence in the German market after taking its content live with local operator Novoline.

The operator is Greentube’s first German B2B partner to take Novomatic’s portfolio of over 165 games live in the country.

Thanks to this expansion, Novoline’s customers can now have access to titles such as Book of Ra deluxe, Lucky Lady’s Charm deluxe and Sizzling Hot deluxe, as well as numerous recent game titles that include the Diamond Link and Cash Connection series.

The partnership is the latest of Greentube’s recent deals, as it introduces its content to licensed operators in Germany since the new legislation came into force in July (allowing nationwide online gambling).

Michael Bauer, CFO and CGO at Greentube, commented: “Germany is a key market for us growing forward, and with our content already popular among local brick-and-mortar players we are excited to expand our presence online through this deal with Novoline.

"As the first Greentube partner to offer Novomatic’s blue-chip titles in Germany, apart from our own brand StarGames, this partnership is an important step for us as we gain a foothold in this newly regulated and exciting market."

Oliver Bagus, Director of Löwen Entertainment (which is part of the Novomatic Group) added: “In 2006, we revolutionised the arcade market with new multi-games and Novomatic’s games content. We now want to repeat this technological revolution online.

"We are thrilled to be one of the first operators to offer players classic titles such as Book of Ra and Sizzling Hot, as well as having the biggest selection of Greentube games on the market with more than 165 titles available.”


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