Greentube maintains German commitment via Ruleo agreement

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Ruleo has become one of the first round of German operators to go live with the Greentube content suite after striking a fresh commercial tie-up.

This will see the Novomatic interactive division enhance its position in the aforementioned jurisdiction after agreeing to provide its igaming suite to the group, which operates the Mybet online sports betting and igaming entity in the region.

Andreas Fuchs-Degler, CEO at Ruleo, said: “Greentube has a very good reputation for being one of the world’s leading slot developers, having created industry leading content for many years now. 

“We’re very happy to bring their portfolio of games to our mybet customers in Germany and increase the already extensive offering we have in the market .”

Under the terms of the partnership, Greentube is to take its entire slots suite live with Ruleo via Mybet, with the online casino developer to also integrate newer releases as they come to fruition.

Among the games to be accessed via the site are Book of Ra deluxe, Lucky Lady’s Charm deluxe, Sizzling Hot deluxe, Cash Connection – Book of Ra, Lord of the Ocean Bonus Spins and Diamond Link Mighty Sevens. 

Julia Schagerl, Key Account Manager Germany at Greentube, added: “We’re absolutely delighted to bring our high-quality portfolio of online slots to Ruleo’s customers in Germany. 

“This exciting partnership further showcases our long-term commitment to further extend in key regulated markets around the world.”

Earlier this week, and ahead of SBC Summit Barcelona, Markus Antl, Head of Sales and Account Management, sat down with CasinoBeats to discuss Greentube’s plans for markets across North America and Europe. 

“Our plan is not to fully shift our focus to North America as we are a European company and there are still several big markets in Europe worth further developing,” he said. 

“Still, the US and Ontario markets are growing at pace and have proved to be hugely lucrative so far, so we are excited about exploring this new area further even though it comes with its own challenges – but that is what makes the gambling industry so interesting.”