Pariplay and Greentube agree on multi-jurisdictional deal

19th April 2021 - Content from Greentube, the NOVOMATIC Interactive division, will be added to Pariplay’s leading aggregator platform Fusion following a multi-jurisdictional distribution agreement between the two suppliers.

Greentube’s extensive games portfolio including Book of Ra deluxe and fan-favourites Lucky Lady’s Charm deluxe and Sizzling Hot deluxe will be made available to Pariplay’s extensive operator network.

The agreement covers multiple regulated markets and will see the reach of Greentube’s content significantly extended.

Greentube’s diverse portfolio offers proven online adaptations of NOVOMATIC titles as well as new and innovative content designed and produced in-house. The supplier already has a strong foothold in several markets as its content is available with an array of leading operators.

Pariplay’s Fusion platform is licensed in more than 16 regulated markets and hosts one of the industry’s most comprehensive offerings.

Christine Lewis, CCO at Pariplay, said: “Greentube’s content needs no introduction with some of the industry’s most popular games on offer that are loved by players all over the world.

“Their slot catalogue has a wide appeal and makes a valuable addition to any operator’s casino lobby.”

Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO at Greentube, said: “Our content has gained a global following and we aim to offer as many players as possible our entertaining and engaging games. Pariplay is a leading aggregator, offering premium content to a vast number of industry operators, so joining forces with them made complete sense for us, and we are excited for what comes next.”

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