StarGames has expanded its global reach by complying with the standards of the new Interstate Treaty 2021, which allows the company to sell its games in Germany.
Players in the country will now have access to a variety of StarGames material, including titles like Book of Ra and Lucky Lady’s Charm, which were acquitted by Greentube in 2018.
The games will be available in their original formats on a “safe, secure, and entertaining website” when they are released, as well as on the StarGames app.
Dedication and technical expertise
Greentube Malta’s managing director, Trevor de Giorgio said: “We’re very proud of the team for showing such dedication and technical expertise to be able to complete all of these requirements.
“The StarGames website is safe, secure, and the perfect place for German players to enjoy the best Novoline games.”
The launch was made possible, according to the firm, by Greentube, the brand’s owner, who guaranteed that it complied with all responsible gaming regulations while providing the “best player experience.”
As a result, the StarGames.de website launches with a’reality check’ feature, a €1 maximum stake per spin, five-second spin intervals, cooling-off periods, a monthly deposit restriction, stake and time limits, and a ban on autoplay and progressive jackpots.
More than 100 Novoline titles, including new Greentube releases like Diamond Link: Mighty Elephant and Strike it Gold: Win Ways, are available on the StarGames website.
Furthermore, material from vendors such as Gamomat will be expanded in the near future.
StarGames’ brand manager, Laszlo Pados, added: “Entering the newly-regulated German market with StarGames.de is a great opportunity for us. We’re extremely pleased with the product we’re able to offer and we’re confident that players are going to love the new site.
“Entering the market is just the first step for us. We have a plethora of exciting ideas, projects and new features that we’re working on which we hope to introduce incrementally to make StarGames.de a market leader of online slots in the German market.”