Relax Gaming signs new deal with Greentube

Recently, Relax Gaming announced it had signed a new deal with Greentube. As you may know, Greentube is part of Novomatic’s Interactive division. And thanks to this deal, they’ll provide their games in even more markets across Europe including the UK.

The first phase of the deal means several Relax Gaming titles will now be available in Estonia. Now, because of this new deal, players will get the chance to play on some of Relax Gaming’s own titles. This includes games such as Temple Tumble, Snake Arena, and the award-winning slot Money Train 2. What’s more, they will also be able to access games from Relax Gaming’s Silver Bullet program. So, they can enjoy slots from top providers, including Fantasma Games, Kalamba Games, Iron Dog Studio, and 4ThePlayers to name but a few.Relax Gaming signs new deal with Greentube

The next step

Following the first phase, they will then extend into even more regions in the next few months. This includes Germany, which has its online casino market opening in July of 2021. After this, Relax Gaming will look to keep on growing its presence across the globe.

The CCO of Relax Gaming, Daniel Eskola, said that the partnership with Greentube is “a feather in our cap” as they are already trendy in the industry. As such, it will help them to further their reach “into core European markets”. What’s more, he went on to say that Germany is a big part of their expansion strategy. So, Greentube’s “long-standing connection with the country” will help them realize their growth plans when the market opens up in 2021.

The best player experience

Marcantonio Bottaro, Director of Brand Operations at Greentube, said that the deal would help both companies expand their reach across even more markets. In fact, this agreement will help them fulfill their mission “to offer the best possible player experience”. Indeed, Relax Gaming offers both diversity and quality. And with a massive name like Greentube on-board. Their proposition to players and operators just got better.