StarGames has enhanced its global footprint as the company implemented the requirements of the new Interstate Treaty 2021 to make its titles live in the German market. 

Players in the country will now gain access to various content on StarGames – which was acquitted by Greentube in 2018 – including titles such as Book of Ra and Lucky Lady’s Charm.

Upon its launch, the games will be available in their original formats on a ‘safe, secure and entertaining website’ whilst also being rolled out on StarGames’ app.

“We’re very proud of the team for showing such dedication and technical expertise to be able to complete all of these requirements,” said Trevor de Giorgio, managing director of Greentube Malta. “The StarGames website is safe, secure, and the perfect place for German players to enjoy the best Novoline games.”

The company noted the launch was made possible by its brand’s owner Greentube, which ensured it met all responsible gaming directives whilst offering the ‘best player experience’. 

As a result, the site enters the market with a ‘reality check’ functionality, a €1 stake limit per spin, five-seconds spin intervals, cooling-off periods, a monthly deposit limit, stake and time limits as well as a ban on autoplay and progressive jackpots.

The StarGames website launches featuring more than 100 titles from the Novoline portfolio, including new Greentube releases such as Diamond Link: Mighty Elephant and Strike it Gold: Win Ways. 

Moreover, content from suppliers including Gamomat will be expanded even further in the near future. 

Laszlo Pados, brand manager of StarGames, added “Entering the newly-regulated German market with 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 a market leader of online slots in the German market.”