Greentube renews its Foxwoods deal with Konami

By Priscillia Mudiaki
Service provider Greentube has renewed its partnership with Konami Gaming to supply their game content to Foxwoods’ new social casino. Players will continue to have access to games that they were playing at the original social casino.

Greentube North America president of market development, Gabriel Cianchett commented on the deal: “We wanted to make sure that player experiences were both enhanced and not interrupted; renewing the Konami game content made perfect sense.”

The joint collaboration with Konami follows the launch last month of Foxwoods’ new site which is powered by Greentube Pro, the private-label platform. The re-launch of the online social casino is the result of “intense redesign, reengineering and improvements” according to Rodney Butler, chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council. It offers a customized look and new features.

The new deal also follows the recent partnership of the online business of Novomatic Group with CAMS which was selected as the payment processing provider for North America market.


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