Greentube live in Switzerland with jackpots.ch

Greentube, the NOVOMATIC Interactive division, has extended its reach in the newly regulated Swiss market by launching its games with Grand Casino Baden.

The partnershipprovidesthe operatorwith access to a premium selection of popular land-based titles, including Golden GamesiconicSuper Cherry Slots, a cult classic on the country’s casino floors. Selected slots from Greentube’s portfolio are also now availablevia Grand Casino Baden’s online gaming website,jackpots.ch.

In July, when the market opened for business, Grand Casino Baden became Switzerland’s first licenced online casino operator. It subsequently launched jackpots.ch, which is supported by Gamanza’s platform technology and regulatory data storage solution. This integration marks Greentube’s second partnership in the jurisdiction, with more set to follow as major operators receive online licences.

Greentubewas among the first suppliers to provide its services after receiving the greenlight from Switzerland’s gambling regulator ESBK (EidgenössischeSpielbankenkommission)earlier this year and after passing the ISO (International Organisation of Standardisation) audit with flying colours.

Daniel Lechner, Greentube Head of Sales, said: “Partnering with Grand Casino Baden is an important step for Greentube, as we expand into Switzerland’s online market. NOVOMATIC being the clear leader with land-based casino slots has allowed Greentube to rapidly secure major partnerships with leading operators.”

“Providing our customers with famous Swiss games such asSuper Cherry Slotswill serve as a great advantage as we grow our jackpots.ch online brand,” saidMarcel Tobler, CFO of Grand Casino Baden.“Greentube’s portfolio of iconic titles perfectly fits our player profile and we look forward to offering our customers some of the most popular slot games in the market.”

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