Greentube enters Connecticut following licence approval

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Novomatic’s interactive division Greentube has continued its US market expansion as it gains an Online Gaming Service Provider licence to operate in Connecticut. 

Approved by the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, the obtaining of the licence will now allow Greentube to form new alliances with operators in the Constitution State. 

“North America continues to be a key region for us and in gaining a third US state licence, we have achieved an important step in our growth journey,” explained Michael Bauer, CFO/CGO at Greentube. 

“There is major potential within the US market and having acquired additional development capabilities to cater to local players, we believe we are well-placed to serve the market with premium content. 

“We are looking forward to teaming up with operators in Connecticut and can’t wait to see how players in the state react to our portfolio.”

This latest licence is Greentube’s third in the US, having entered the market in both New Jersey and Michigan.

The licence approval will also witness Greentube’s catalogue of games, including Diamond Cash: Mighty Emperor, Diamond Cash: Mighty Elephant, Diamond Cash: Mighty Sevens and Diamond Cash: Oasis Riches, as well as other titles developed specifically for US players will soon be available in the market.

Recently released numbers show that Connecticut’s sports betting and igaming market reached record levels in December 2022, with igaming wagering hitting $1bn for the first time within an overall total of $1.16n.

Greentube has kickstarted February at the same pace as January as the firm inked agreements with Latamwin and IGT, acquired Alteatec that enhances its gamification tech and purchased software development firm Ineor. Moreover the firm launched its tech stack – Greentube Mynt