Greentube, the NOVOMATIC Interactive division, has extended its footprint in Spain after signing a distribution deal with leading operator Casino Gran Madrid Online
The supplier’s online adaptions of popular land-based titles such as Book of Ra™ deluxe, Lucky Lady´s Charm™ deluxe, Sizzling Hot™ deluxe, Lord of the Ocean™ and Mega Joker™ will be available to Casino Gran Madrid Online’s customers as part of the agreement. In addition to NOVOMATIC’s iconic slot games, Greentube is also going to introduce the first in a series of novelty jackpot games under the Diamond Link™ brand.
Many of the titles in Greentube’s varied games portfolio are already familiar to the operator’s players, having gained popularity in its land-based venues. Founded in 1981, Casino Gran Madrid Group is one of the leading gaming firms in Spain, operating three land-based casinos alongside its rapidly growing online brand.
The partnership further strengthens Greentube’s presence in Spain with Casino Gran Madrid Online being the fourth operator to take on the supplier’s premium content in the country.
Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO at Greentube (seen left), said: “Our games have proven very successful in the Spanish market, driven in parts by players already being familiar with our content from the land-based sector. Casino Gran Madrid Group is a leading operator in Spain and a long-standing partner to NOVOMATIC and we are thrilled to extend that partnership to further fuel the growth of the operator’s online brand.”
José Félix Herreros, Online Country Manager at Casino Gran Madrid Online, said: “Greentube’s games portfolio is packed with titles that are known worldwide for their innovative features and exciting game play. This partnership will enable us to attract an even wider audience to our existing online offering and will ensure players keep coming back for more.”
Greentube has recently expanded its reach with a host of new clients going live with its games in Belgium, Portugal, Romania and Switzerland, as well as launching with South American operators in Colombia and Paraguay.