Greentube, the Novomatic Interactive division, has recruited Evolution Gaming to power its live casino services across multiple jurisdictions.
The new content agreement builds upon a pledge to deliver “safe and secure casino entertainment to players around the world,” as the Evolution agreement follows the firm being awarded key information security certification.
Sebastian Johannisson, chief commercial officer at Evolution Gaming, commented: “We are delighted to announce this deal, and we are confident that our wide range of outstanding live casino games and live game shows will be the perfect addition to Greentube’s content portfolio.”
The agreement will see full range of Evolution live casino products being made available to all Greentube customers across multiple jurisdictions, including players in the UK via www.admiralcasino.co.uk; in Spain via www.starvegas.es and in Italy via www.starvegas.it.
Richard Poole, head of B2C brands at Greentube UK, added: “We are delighted to sign with Evolution Gaming. Last year we launched the new UK casino brand Admiral Casino and launching a live casino is an important next step for the brand and our growth plans.
“Live casino is now a prerequisite for a digital casino and Evolution Gaming come with a fantastic pedigree and a market-leading product. I look forward to growing our relationship with Evolution.”
Last month Evolution set a target of growing faster than the total European live casino market, after reporting another round of significant growth in its Q2 and H1 financial update.
Furthermore, the company also targeted further growth across the United States, where a new studio is to be constructed in Pennsylvania, as second quarter revenue of €85.7m (£76.8m), up 45 per cent from €59.3m (£53.1m), helped its January to June performance reach €165m (£147.9m), 49 per cent up from €110.8 (£99.3m).
Martin Carlesund, Evolution CEO, stated: “Going forward, we will continue to invest in the development of both additional game shows and other innovative product types, as well as table games to meet the overall demand for live.”