Greentube has unveiled the next stage of its European expansion strategy, after the Novomatic interactive division debuted an extended footprint in Lithuania alongside Topsport.
As a result, the online casino and sportsbook operator, lauded as “the country’s largest” by the supplier, is to gain an array of igaming content as Greentube strives to secure heightened market reach.
Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO of Greentube, said: “As the market leader in Lithuania, Topsport is the perfect partner to expand our reach in the country and further increase our leading position in the Baltics. Our classics series boasts a variety of titles that players love and will make a valuable addition to the operator’s platform.”
Under the terms of the agreement, the supplier’s suite of casino games are now available to Topsport’s players, including Book of Ra deluxe, Lucky Lady’s Charm deluxe and Sizzling Hot deluxe. More content from Greentube Collections, a portfolio which encompasses all the supplier’s games series’, is also set to be integrated soon.
Gintaras Staniulis, CEO of Topsport, added: “Greentube’s classic casino games are a must-have in the Lithuanian market, and we’re thrilled to now offer our players titles which have been mainstays of the online casino sector for years.
“We’re looking forward to integrating more of the supplier’s quality content in the coming months, enabling us to further diversify our offering with fun and engaging games.”
This becomes Greentube’s second partnership of the month, after the firm extended its footprint on the Spanish market via a distribution deal with Casino Gran Madrid Online.
The partnership further strengthens the Greentube presence in Spain, with Casino Gran Madrid Online becoming the fourth operator to take up its content in the country.
Founded in 1981, Casino Gran Madrid Group operates leisure and gambling complexes located in Torrelodones, Colón and Benalmádena (Casino Torrequebrada), as well as the two online casinos of Casino Gran Madrid Online and Casino CGM 7 Estrellas, exclusively for residents of the Autonomous Region of Madrid.