Greentube has added yet more depth to its Swiss operations, after teaming-up with Casino Luzern regarding the distribution of its portfolio of jackpot titles in the country.
During a month-long campaign, Greentube’s jackpot content will be promoted via Casino Luzern’s mycasino.ch brand and made available to their customers for the first time.
This includes games such as Cash Connection – Charming Lady, Red Hot Burning Clover Link, Phoenix Fortune, and Book of Ra Mystic Fortunes, as well as all the games in the popular Diamond Link series.
Following the enhanced partnership, Casino Luzern has created a specific ‘Greentube Jackpots’ category on its website dedicated to the new content.
Wolfgang Bliem, CEO at Casino Luzern, said: “Jackpot games are well liked among our players and the thrill which comes by chasing big wins. Greentube’s content has been performing extremely well with our customer base and we are happy to introduce their exciting jackpot titles to our players.”
Greentube’s content first went live with Casino Luzern in August 2019, with the Novomatic interactive division now providing its content suite to a number of operators across the country.
“Jackpot games are extremely popular in the Swiss market which makes us very excited to introduce our own portfolio to local players,” stated Lisa Sandner, Greentube’s sales and key account manager for Switzerland.
“We have worked hard to develop the most thrilling jackpot games on the market, drawing on our expertise from the land-based sector where this type of content is king.
“With Switzerland’s established land-based industry, we are certain our games will resonate well with players, and we are excited to introduce our jackpot titles together with Casino Luzern and further strengthen our partnership.”
Earlier in the week, Reg Das, managing director of Greentube Netherlands, told CasinoBeats that strong expertise gained in the land-based gaming sector is to stand the group in good stead ahead of the Dutch online ecosystem opening up later in the year
After being on the wish-list for numerous industry incumbents for quite some time, Das touches upon reasons for entering the region, the necessity to act fast, and the importance of the Netherlands in the group’s overall global ambitions.