Greentube, the digital subsidiary of Novomatic, built on an agreement signed earlier this week alongside casino service provider Iforium, by aligning with Malta’s Gamanza headquarters.
In order to incorporate a range of slot titles from the Greentube suite into its portfolio, the company stresses that the deal gives its “igaming superstore” a further boost.
Daniel Lechner, Greentube head of sales, said: “The integration process with Gamanza has been seamless from start to finish, paving the way for a successful launch on jackpots.ch. Gamanza and its brands will make important partners for our company as we begin our journey in Switzerland’s newly regulated online market.”
The acquisition offered a launchpad for an initial 18 games to go live on jackpots.ch, land-based operator Grand Casino Baden’s digital brand, with additional titles from the supplier’s library set to be added in the months ahead.
Providing casino customers with “a brand name they’re familiar with,” Gangster Paradise, Tidal Riches and Dragon Warrior are among the names expected to be removed from the company’s roster.
Magnus Lindberg, founder and managing director at Gamanza, added: “The integration with Greentube adds a lot of value to our portfolio, and the addition of such a renowned game provider is another major milestone for Gamanza.
“This deal cements our platform proposition in the regulated Swiss market and we are looking forward to strengthening the partnership through ventures in other markets in the near future.”