Greentube (Novomatic Interactive) expands our game providers list

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We are pleased to announce our partnership with Greentube, the online division of NOVOMATIC Group known worldwide for its Book of Ra game.

NOVOMATIC is one of the largest international gambling companies which has offices in 43 countries. It is headquartered in Austria and employs more than 30,000 staff worldwide. The company has established an excellent position in Central, Eastern, and South-Eastern Europe and is focused on markets with stable long-term growth prospects such as Latin America and Asia, as well as in the United States, where NOVOMATIC has been active for several years.

As the NOVOMATIC Interactive division, Greentube has been entertaining players through the supply of classic and tailored content, real money, and social operations – this is what defines Greentube as the leading full-service provider in the online and mobile gaming sector. Greentube prides itself on the delivery of safe and secure casino entertainment to players around the world.

Greentube’s vast and continuously growing portfolio of impressive products and services includes classic slots, video bingo games, video poker games, table games, social casino gaming and much more.

SoftSwiss has already proven itself as a reliable business partner and high-quality software provider for the iGaming industry with a presence in Malta, Estonia, Curacao, Belarus, and other regions. The partnership with Greentube is thus regarded as an opportunity to expand horizons for both sides.

We plan to work with Greentube on both global (.com) and regulated markets, such as Belarus and Estonia. A partnership with such a market player is a significant milestone in the development of our company. It enriches our customers’ business and drives us to the very top of the industry,” noted Ivan Montik, Founder of SoftSwiss.

The games have already become available on several SoftSwiss projects, such as N1 Casino, Paradise Casino, and Euslot to name a few.

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