Content aggregator Slotegrator has signed a deal with Greentube, the NOVOMATIC Interactive division, as the supplier seeks to further extend its reach across Eastern Europe.
The new partnership means Greentube’s online and mobile versions of iconic titles such as Sizzling Hot™, Book of Ra™, Lucky Lady’s Charm™ and Lord of the Ocean™ are now available as part of Slotegrator’s rapidly expanding casino portfolio. Slotegrator will use its APIgrator solution to quickly and seamlessly integrate Greentube’s extensive catalogue onto operator platforms.
Slotegrator, which has significant reach across markets in Eastern Europe, is a well-established software solution provider and aggregator for online casinos and sportsbooks. With its strong presence in Eastern Europe, Greentube will benefit by expanding its customer base across a region that forms a core part of its growth strategy, while both companies share a commitment to responsible gambling.
The deal follows Greentube’s recent entry into Poland, with Germany and the Netherlands next on the agenda as both markets will start local licensing soon. Greentube’s growth trajectory will be backed by the launch of its new RGS platform later this year.
Greentube shares Slotegrator’s dedication to responsible gaming and the content aggregator goes above and beyond the regulations set in the many jurisdictions in which its games are licensed.
Vadim Potapenko, Head of Sales at Slotegrator, said: “Here at Slotegrator we’re delighted to have Greentube on board, and we’re looking forward to bringing their games to our clients which are interested in high-quality and secure entertainment products.”
Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO at Greentube, said: “The region of Eastern Europe is an important one for Greentube as we strive to expand our reach across regulated markets. Slotegrator is a content aggregator with an extensive track record of providing high quality content to operators through seamless integration. This partnership with such a well-respected company allows us to present our games to an extended audience.”