Greentube enhances market position in Spain

Novomatic’s Interactive division, Greentube, has announced it has gone live with Spanish operator, thanks to a distribution deal to bring the company’s gaming portfolio into the country.


Using CasinoBarcelona’s site, Spanish players will now have access for the first time to gaming titles such as Book of Ra, Sizzling Hot and Lord of the Ocean and the Diamond Link series.

Greentube’s content integration took place through the Tecnalis platform and it marks the supplier’s position enhancement into the Spanish market and further growth in European regulated markets.

Greentube already provides some of its content to several other operators across Spain and its gaming offering has proven to be of interest to local audiences. CasinoBarcelona is the online platform of Casino Barcelona and is part of the Peralada Group, which has been operating in Spain for over 40 years.

Graziano Pozzi, Key Account Manager for Spain and Italy at Greentube, said: “Spain is a market that has exciting potential and having already enjoyed success in the country, it is satisfying to have secured another deal that allows us to expand our audience reach.

"Novomatic’s land-based titles are well-established performers for and we strongly believe that by building on this rich heritage, we can create a partnership that takes both parties to the next level.”

Xavier Ballester, CEO at added: “ has a very successful long-term partnership together with Novomatic. For this reason, we are very happy to further extend this partnership and, in this way, provide our players with excellent content from Greentube.”

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