Soft2Bet, the casino and sportsbook platform provider, has teamed up with Gaming Realms to strengthen its casino games offering.

Greentube has heaped praise on a “hugely important market for us heading into 2022,” after enhancing its product offering in the US alongside GAN.

This will see the latter, which last month acquired online casino games developer Silverback Gaming on undisclosed terms, take on the Novomatic interactive division’s social gaming content across its brands in the country.

The partnership has seen Greentube launch a range of specially selected games, based on research into US player preferences, to GAN-powered operators such as Penn Interactive nationwide, as well as The Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma, California’s San Manuel Digital, and Washington’s The Snoqualmie Tribe.

Among the titles going live during its maiden integration is Diamond Cash: Mighty Elephant, as well as Apollo God of the Sun, Strike it Gold Winways, and Fuzanlong.

Dermot Smurfit, CEO of GAN, said: “Greentube is renowned across the world for its engaging and highly entertaining games, so the opportunity to be able to showcase a bespoke selection of social titles in the high-growth US market is a major boon for both our operator brands and the players who can now access iconic gaming experiences.”

In the coming months, further social titles will be added to 16 of GAN’s gaming sites, as Greentube looks to continue to strengthen its presence in the burgeoning US social gaming market.

“We are excited about our partnership in the US with GAN, in which we have furthered our relationship by launching social content via 16 of its gaming sites,” commented Markus Antl, head of sales and key account management at Greentube

“The US is a hugely important market for us heading into 2022, and this alliance gives players from coast to coast the chance to access and enjoy a large selection of our most popular games.”

Earlier this week, Greentube teamed-up with Fonbet in Greece in a move that strengthens the igaming suppliers’ footing in the country, initially launching six titles as part of the agreement.